Lori Burkhart is editor-in-chief of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
Those who joined Chair Willie Phillips for a day to discuss how utility regulators and industry experts can advance progress toward national and local clean energy goals, as the District of Columbia Public Service Commission hosted the Clean Energy Summit: Path to Decarbonization in late September, had to be glad they did. Lots of learnings were shared on how to move forward toward a cleaner air future. Commissioners Richard Beverly and Emile Thompson were joined by Commission Staff to present the event.
The hybrid free event was listened in, in-person by over one hundred attendees in the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library auditorium. Over one thousand two hundred viewed remotely from over twenty countries across all continents. Well, except one.
The PUF team was there in Washington, D.C. in the MLK Jr. Library auditorium too. Some of the panels were held in-person on the stage and some were watched on the big screens. Enjoy these memorable moments.
Clean Energy Summit events: