Breakfast & Check-in
Welcome Remarks and Opening Polls

We will kick off the day by mapping out the audience in the room and understanding what are the key policy updates, challenges and Northeastern state markets C&I developers, regulators, financiers and vendors are most interested in.

This exercise will give us a sense of which specific discussion points need to be expanded and what questions are already generally understood. Besides, it will be a great opportunity to break the ice and get to know the group a little bit better. #showall

Moderator: Daniel Finn-Foley, Head of Energy Storage, Wood Mackenzie

Keynote Fireside Chat

This one-to-one conversation with NYSERDA's President & CEO will give us an opportunity to understand the key strategic priorities of this Government-funded energy innovation powerhouse when it comes to driving the adoption and growth of distributed solar and storage in one of the most densely populated areas of the world.

Alicia Barton will also shed light on how New York is planning to achieve its ambitious clean energy commitments as one of the nation's boldest states in the push for decarbonization through a combination of technology R&D and innovative market design. #showall

Alicia Barton, President & CEO, NYSERDA

Moderator: Ravi Manghani, Head of Solar, Wood Mackenzie

Networking Break
Panel: The Lights and Shadows of the VDER and Bridge Incentives

How evolving regulatory frameworks are impacting distributed solar and storage project economics in New York

Suparna Kadam, Director Of Business Development, EnterSolar
Zeryai Hagos, Deputy Director, Office of Markets and Innovation, New York State Department of Public Service

Moderator: Austin Perea, Senior Analyst, Wood Mackenzie

Panel: SMART Enough?

Evaluating the latest updates to the SMART program and Clean Peak Standard opportunities in Massachusetts

Judith Judson, Vice President, Distributed Energy Systems, Ameresco
Ben Downing, VP, New Market Development, Nexamp

Moderator: Daniel Finn-Foley, Head of Energy Storage, Wood Mackenzie

Fireside Chat: What the TREC Means for Distributed Solar in New Jersey

Abraham Silverman, General Counsel, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

Moderator: Emma Foehringer Merchant, Writer, Greentech Media

Networking Lunch
Networking Break
Panel: Following on the Steps of Massachusetts - Key Up-and-Coming New England Markets for Distributed Solar & Storage

What can other up-and-coming New England solar & storage state markets learn from the trials & tribulations in Massachusetts? And what is the real market potential of emerging areas like Maine or New Hampshire? What are the hopes for an incentive program in Connecticut?

Angela Monroe, Senior Analyst, Maine Public Utilities Commission
Selya Price, Director, Incentive Programs, CT Green Bank
Sam Lavallee, Director of Financing, ReVision Energy

Moderator: Bryan White, Analyst, Solar, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

Closing Roundtable: Innovation Is (Always) the Answer

How technology development is driving new business models and revenue streams for distributed solar and storage systems.

Justin Felt, Manager of Strategic Planning, Baltimore Gas & Electric
James McGinniss, Co-Founder & CEO, David Energy

Moderator: Elta Kolo, Ph.D., Grid Edge Content Lead, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

Happy Hour