According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), renewables were the only energy source for which demand increased in 2020 despite the pandemic, while consumption of all other fuels declined. This demand is expected to continue to grow in 2022, both in the U.S. and abroad. Yet, some challenges, such as supply-chain bottlenecks, still linger. Join our panel of international experts, as they explore how new laws and policies, technologies, and business models may help bolster this growing demand while also addressing the related challenges around the world.
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Sponsored by: International Environmental and Resource Law Committee of theD.C. Bar Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Community Related Community of Interest: D.C. Bar International Law Community; D.C. Bar Law Student Community
Megan J. Beauregard, Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel Legal and Corporate Affairs, Enel North America, Inc.
Taylor L. Curtis, Esq., Regulatory-Policy Analyst, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Edward Hoyt, Senior Global Practice Led, Chemonics Energy Group Water, Energy, and Sustainable Cities Practice, Chemonics International
Steven Shparber, Clean Energy Attorney, Clark Hill (Moderator)