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2014 National Energy Risk Lab
A big build cycle, a huge new gas resource, a renaissance for renewables
February 12-13, 2014
Renaissance Washington Hotel • Washington, DC
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A big build cycle, a huge new gas resource, a renaissance for renewables – everywhere you look the energy sector is undergoing a revolution, and one of the biggest drivers of change could be the Section 111(d) regulation of greenhouse gases from existing power plants.   This interactive simulation game will pit teams of players against each other as each tries to find the best way forward, making decisions about the energy sector while dealing with changing regulations, market conditions, and technologies.  Building on our past Energy Risk Labs, up to 400 workshop participants will explore the implications, implementation challenges and opportunities of different Section 111(d) compliance options, and the role for coordinating within and across States.  This workshop uses real-world situations to explore how various strategies, tools, and policies can help or inhibit meeting the Section 111(d) challenge facing the sector in the coming decades.    LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE. 


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