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Gulf Coast Electricity Transmission Summit

October 16, 2014

New Orleans, Louisiana

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The Gulf Coast Electricity Transmission Summit, was held at the Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. This event was co-sponsored by Americans for a Clean Energy Grid and the Tulane University Law, Business, and Engineering and Science Schools. 

Clean energy industry experts, advocates, electric utilities, business leaders, policymakers, and more gathered for a series of keynote addresses and interactive panel discussions focused on the benefits of, and barriers to, a robust, resilient and clean energy grid in the Gulf Coast region.

Welcoming Remarks: David Meyer and John Jimison

Morning Keynote Addresses: State and National Transmission Issues: Eric Skrmetta and Daniel Adamson

Panel 1: David Hammer, Casey DeMoss Roberts (ppt), Troy Heytens (ppt), Cary Kottler (ppt), James Hoecker

Panel 2: Pam Russell, Jeff Cantin, Andrew Owens (ppt), Simon Mahan (ppt)

Lunch Keynote: What the Gulf Coast Can Learn from Regional Experience Elsewhere (at 23:00): Curt Hébert

Panel 3 (First and second video): Ladeene Freimuth, Tim Aliff (ppt) , Amy L. Stein (ppt), Matthew Hutchison (ppt)

Panel 4 (Second Video at 50:00): Emily Holden (ppt), Peter Nance (ppt), Brian Johnson (ppt), Rob Lawrence (ppt), JT Smith (ppt)