Virginia Energy Transition Summit

Purpose

This workshop will highlight the economic and technological opportunities and pitfalls with Virginia’s coming energy transition to decarbonize its economy. This event will provide an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in energy technology and regulatory issues from recognized experts, with substantial time for networking and discussion.

Details

WhenAugust 24 Noon to 4 pm. 11:30 check-in; Lunch at Noon
Location Commonwealth Strategy Group Office
Address 118 N 8th St, Richmond, VA 23219
ContactsDavid Reid: deldreid@house.virginia.gov
Scott Emery: 703-200-2589 nscott.emery@gmail.com

Speakers

Bob InglisFormer Republican Congressman and Executive
Director of George Mason University’s
Energy and Enterprise Initiative (E&EI), a
nationwide public engagement campaign that
explores and promotes conservative solutions to
America’s energy and climate challenges.
Dr. Karl HauskerSenior Fellow at World Resources Institute who led
the Risky Business study of clean energy scenarios
for U.S. pathways to deep decarbonization.
Gene HinkleManaging Director of Power Economics at
GE Energy Consulting who has been a member in
ongoing power system studies, evaluating the
impacts of large-scale wind power on the operation,
reliability and the economics of power grid.
Richard ClaytonFormer economist with the US Bureau of Labor
Statistics (BLS) who led the development of the Job
Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) and
the Green Goods and Services Survey as part of
his 40 year BLS career.
Karen SchaufeldDiscussion Moderator