This event is free to NCAC-USAEE members.
Eversource, based in New England, is the first US utility to announce it will be CO2 neutral by 2030. Roger Kranenburg is responsible for developing Eversource's long-term clean energy strategy and polices including grid modernization, along with implementing its transportation electrification and battery storage initiatives. He will discuss how Eversource defines CO2 neutrality both quantitatively and qualitatively, how the utility fulfills its corporate and state obligations, as well as sharing some of its challenges. He will also touch on Eversource’s role in decarbonizing the greater Northeast region vis-a-vis offshore wind investments and the firm’s role in energy justice vis-a-vis its natural gas LDC.
Registration will close on the prior business day, October 14, when registrants will also receive a Zoom link at the close of business. Opportunity to use the Q&A function of Zoom during the webinar. Access to the event recording after logging into www.ncac-usaee.org as a member.
Roger Kranenburg joined Eversource in 2017. Prior to joining Eversource, Mr. Kranenburg advised the top electric utilities and power sector owners/operators and suppliers globally on sector transformation, investment and operations with IHS Markit (formerly Cambridge Energy Research Associates). He also led the application of data analytics to power sector data and information, as part of an innovation and technology role.
Prior to IHS Markit, Mr. Kranenburg was at the Edison Electric Institute leading strategy, policy development, analysis, and advocacy for the electric utility industry in the areas of energy supply and taxation. He was instrumental in the passage of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and helping to make the Bush-era tax cuts on dividends permanent.
Earlier in his career, he led the development and deployment of wireless telecommunications infrastructure joint-ventures in multiple European countries at Teligent. At Siemens, he led the development and deployment of automation and power electronics systems targeted in the power generation and other heavy-industry sectors.
A CFA charterholder, Mr. Kranenburg holds a BSc and an MSc in electrical engineering/ applied physics and an MBA from the University of Houston. He has completed the Leadership for Senior Executives Program at the Harvard Business School and serves on the Board of Directors for the Woodwell Climate Research Center.
How to register:
This event is free to members. Register at:https://www.ncac-usaee.org/event-3977464
Non-members can join for $20, also entitling participation in NCAC-USAEE for the remainder of 2020. Sign up for membership at: https://www.ncac-usaee.org/membership