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Summaries of the 21st Century Electricity Systems CEO Forums capture the content and nature of the conversation among leaders of electric utilities, advanced energy businesses, and regulatory agencies on ways to adopt new technologies and services more rapidly in the electric power sector, without attribution of comments to specific speakers, under Chatham House Rules.


                   
21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New England Boston, Mass.: On Nov. 17, 2015, the AEE Institute, Boston Green Ribbon Commission and Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC), hosted a New England 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum at the offices of Mintz Levin to discuss rate design changes and financing mechanisms needed to increase the deployment of advanced energy and help meet the region’s ambitious carbon reduction goals. The Forum brought together CEOs and senior executives from a diverse group of advanced energy companies and utilities from across New England, and policy makers from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - Michigan Novi, Mich.: On December 3, 2014, leaders of electric utilities, regulatory agencies, and advanced energy technology companies met at ITC headquarters for the sixth 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum. The event was hosted by ITC, and run and organized by Advanced Energy Economy Institute with support from its state partner the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council. Attendees met to discuss the path forward for technology, regulatory, and business model innovation in Michigan’s power sector.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New England Boston, Mass.: The March 5, 2014 meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum brought together leaders of electric utilities, regulatory agencies, and advanced energy technology companies at EnerNOC headquarters to discuss the path forward for technology, regulatory, and business model innovation in New England’s power sector, with a focus on Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New York, NY New York, N.Y.: On November 5, 2013, the fourth meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum brought together leaders from New York State to discuss changes to the regulatory framework and utility business model that will create a resilient, efficient, customer-focused electricity system.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - Aspen, CO Aspen, Colo.: The third meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum on August 16, 2013, brought together leaders from different parts of the power sector to consider actions that might be taken to accelerate innovation in electricity generation, delivery, and use.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - San Antonio, TX San Antonio, Texas: The second forum, held on June 18, 2013 and sponsored by CPS Energy, the San Antonio municipal electric utility, focused on the development of the advanced energy sector in Texas and what lessons might be learned from that state’s experience.

Download the full report for more details Cambridge, Mass.: On March 6, 2013, the kick-off of the CEO Forum series focused on national-level questions of utility and technology business models, and how they could be aligned for more rapid innovation.

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Summaries of the 21st Century Electricity Systems CEO Forums capture the content and nature of the conversation among leaders of electric utilities, advanced energy businesses, and regulatory agencies on ways to adopt new technologies and services more rapidly in the electric power sector, without attribution of comments to specific speakers, under Chatham House Rules.


                   
21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New England Boston, Mass.: On Nov. 17, 2015, the AEE Institute, Boston Green Ribbon Commission and Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC), hosted a New England 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum at the offices of Mintz Levin to discuss rate design changes and financing mechanisms needed to increase the deployment of advanced energy and help meet the region’s ambitious carbon reduction goals. The Forum brought together CEOs and senior executives from a diverse group of advanced energy companies and utilities from across New England, and policy makers from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - Michigan Novi, Mich.: On December 3, 2014, leaders of electric utilities, regulatory agencies, and advanced energy technology companies met at ITC headquarters for the sixth 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum. The event was hosted by ITC, and run and organized by Advanced Energy Economy Institute with support from its state partner the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council. Attendees met to discuss the path forward for technology, regulatory, and business model innovation in Michigan’s power sector.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New England Boston, Mass.: The March 5, 2014 meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum brought together leaders of electric utilities, regulatory agencies, and advanced energy technology companies at EnerNOC headquarters to discuss the path forward for technology, regulatory, and business model innovation in New England’s power sector, with a focus on Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - New York, NY New York, N.Y.: On November 5, 2013, the fourth meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum brought together leaders from New York State to discuss changes to the regulatory framework and utility business model that will create a resilient, efficient, customer-focused electricity system.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - Aspen, CO Aspen, Colo.: The third meeting of the 21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum on August 16, 2013, brought together leaders from different parts of the power sector to consider actions that might be taken to accelerate innovation in electricity generation, delivery, and use.

21st Century Electricity System CEO Forum - San Antonio, TX San Antonio, Texas: The second forum, held on June 18, 2013 and sponsored by CPS Energy, the San Antonio municipal electric utility, focused on the development of the advanced energy sector in Texas and what lessons might be learned from that state’s experience.

Download the full report for more details Cambridge, Mass.: On March 6, 2013, the kick-off of the CEO Forum series focused on national-level questions of utility and technology business models, and how they could be aligned for more rapid innovation.