Green Business Summit II - Assessing the Risks and Opportunities in Renewable Energy in the New Economic Climate
October 17, 2008
||Opening Remarks: Governor George Pataki |
||Panel I: How Does the Upheaval in the Financial Markets Affect the Development of U.S. Renewable Energy Projects?|
||Moderator: Todd Alexander, Chadbourne & Parke|
Rahul Advani, Vice President, Energy Capital Partners
Steve Cheng, Managing Director, Credit Suisse
Brian Goldstein, Managing Director, BNP Paribas Securities
Paul Ho, Principal, Hudson Clean Energy Partners
|10: 15 AM
|10: 30 AM
||Keith Martin: Chadbourne’s Experience: How the Financial Meltdown is Affecting Financing for Renewable Energy Projects |
||Presentation & Discussion: Keith Martin, Chadbourne & Parke |
||Panel II: Overcoming the Key Impediments to Expanding Renewable Energy Development|
||Moderator: John Cahill, Chadbourne & Parke|
Garry A. Brown, Chairman, New York State Public Service Commission
Robert Gramlich, Policy Director, American Wind Energy Association
Michael Heyeck, Senior Vice President-Transmission, American Electric Power
Philip D. Moeller, Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Edward M. Stern, President and CEO, Neptune Regional Transmission System, LLC
||Keynote Speaker: T. Boone Pickens, introduced by Governor Pataki|
||T. Boone Pickens, founder and chairman, BP Capital Management, is principally responsible for the formulation of the energy futures investment strategy of the BP Capital Commodity Fund and the BP Capital Equity Fund. BP Capital manages one of the nation’s most successful energy-oriented investment funds. Mr. Pickens is also the architect of the Pickens Plan to reduce foreign oil dependence by harnessing domestic energy alternatives and developing even greater new technologies. |
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