National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics

Upcoming Events

Friday Jan 16 2015 Lunch with Speaker
Topic: The State of Electric Storage Technologies, and its economic, operational, institutional, and policy implications

Katherine Hamilton, will discuss the state of energy storage technology and the legislative and regulatory policy leadership that is enabling it to become a reality.

Speaker: Katherine Hamilton, Policy Director, Energy Storage Association and Principal, 38 North Solutions, LLC

Katherine Hamilton is the Policy Director of the Energy Storage Association within her role as a principal at 38 North Solutions, a public policy firm focused on clean energy and innovation. Katherine served as President of the GridWise Alliance, advocating for nearly $5 billion in funding for smart grid projects in the Recovery Act. Prior to that role, Katherine was a policy advisor for Good Energies, Inc., a private investment company with a portfolio in clean energy technologies of nearly $6 billion. She co-directed the American Bioenergy Association, working with the states of Maryland and New Jersey to develop renewable portfolio standards. At the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Katherine led buildings research and then managed government relations in Washington, DC. Katherine spent a decade at Virginia Power, designing overhead and underground electrical systems for commercial and residential developments. Katherine studied electrical engineering at Northern Virginia Community College and holds degrees from Cornell University and the Sorbonne. Katherine is part of The Energy Gang podcast through Greentech Media.

Date: Friday Jan 16 2015
Time: 12:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Location: Carmine's Restaurant, 425 7th St NW
Tickets: Click to Register / Purchase Only 118 Places Open
RSVP: COB 01/15/2015
For Information:

NCAC-USAEE Treasurer, James Crandall

Cost: Members: $25.00
Non-Members: $30.00
Student Members $5.00
Student Non-Members $10.00

NOTE ON PRICING:  Starting with the January 2015 lunch, we will institute a $5.00 surcharge for payment at the door.  We need to do this because we need to give the restaurant a headcount two days before the event, and we often have quite a large number of no-shows that we have to pay for.


Please note that Chatham House Rule applies; attendees can use the information presented but are not allowed to quote the source or the event.