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Regional Grid Modernization Developments & the Future of Residential Retail Choice

  • Foley Hoag, 13th Floor Conference Room 155 Seaport Boulevard Boston, MA, 02210 United States (map)

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  New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable (#159)

Regional Grid Modernization Developments & Future of Residential Retail Choice 

Friday, October 12, 2018, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Host/Venue: Foley Hoag, 13th Floor Conference Room, 155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston

Convener/Moderator: Dr. Jonathan Raab, Raab Associates, Ltd.

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9:00 Welcome and Introductions - Dr. Jonathan Raab

9:05 Regional Grid Modernization Developments 

  • Chairman Angela M. O’Connor, Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities

  • Chair Katie Dykes, Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority 

  • Chairman Martin Honigberg, New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission

  • Commissioner Abigail Anthony, Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission

10:30 Break 

11:00 Future of Residential Retail Choice 

  • Rebecca Tepper, Energy Chief at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office

  • Chris Kallaher, Sr. Director, Government & Regulatory Affairs, Direct Energy (speaking on behalf of the Residential Energy Supply Association)

  • Janet Gail Besser, Executive Vice President, Northeast Clean Energy Council 

  • Paul Gromer, CEO, Peregrine Energy Group

12:30 Adjourn 


Registration Policies: 

Pre-registration is required. General Registration is $80 for non-Sponsors. There is a discounted registration of $40 (for government or non-profit employees, students, retirees, and low-income individuals). 

Live webstreaming of the Roundtable (provided by ClickstreamTV) requires a separate registration and charge of $40 (free for Sponsors).  We are not able to transfer an in-person registration to a livestreaming registration. While both in-person attendance and live webstreaming are free for Sponsors, registration is required. 

Cancelation policy: Tickets are non-transferable. If you have registered but won't be able to attend, please let us know ASAP so we can allow someone from the waiting list to take your place. Refunds will be issued up to 48 hours before the start of the Roundtable. To cancel your registration or get a refund, please reply to your confirmation email or contact

Earlier Event: October 10
Later Event: October 23
GTM Forum: New England Solar & Storage