4-5 October 2022
The New Yorker, 481 Eighth Ave., New York, 10001

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William Golove

Chief Development Officer
Trianon Power
William Golove

Bill has been working on clean energy projects for the past 25 years. Among his accomplishments, he led the development of approximately 2,000 MW of Texas wind projects currently in operation. Prior to that, Bill led development of more than $100M of “behind the meter” energy projects, including energy efficiency, solar, demand response, fuel cells and co-generation at more than 500 facilities in California.

He contributed to the development of the first wind project in Eritrea on behalf of the World Bank and advised the US Postal Service, General Services Administration, Department of Energy, Air Force, Department of Veterans Affairs and other US government agencies on renewable power procurement and project development.  Bill also developed and presented a series of workshops in California for municipal utilities on approaches to procuring renewable energy.  Further, Bill developed pre-feasibility financial analysis software for sustainable energy projects and gave training on its use in countries around the world.  Most recently, Bill is assisting a global energy major evaluate and develop potential opportunities in the US onshore renewables and, additionally, served as a subject matter expert in a lawsuit regarding prudent industry standards in wind project investment due diligence.

04 Oct
17:00
 - 18:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Presentation
04 Oct
14:30
 - 15:30 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Track A
Panel Discussion

-Is China the only option for the supply volumes needed to grow renewable energy in the US?

-How much domestic supply needs to be built to secure a US supply chain?

-Will production in other regions such as South America expand?

-How to achieve more sustainable supply with solar projects?

04 Oct
09:15
 - 10:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Panel Discussion

-Dealing with the results of the Department of Commerce Investigation

-The golden light at the end of the tunnel: What positives and negatives might come out of the halt on solar development?

-What further policy is required to meet net zero targets? How to build domestic supply chains for renewable energy?

-What tax credits, if any, will make it through the senate? How might the direct pay option change the market?

-What will renewable energy policy for 2023 look like post midterm elections?

04 Oct
09:00
 - 09:05 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Presentation

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