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opportunities & imitations for achieving partial or complete separation from the grid

Join us live online Thursday June 11th at 9 AM PT - 10 AM MT - 11 AM CT - 12 Noon ET
To hear Andrew Landry , Preti Flaherty Beliveau & Pachiosreti LLP

During this webinar you will explore some out of the box concepts for circumventing utility obstacles. Join us as Drew Landry examines various legal and technical opportunities to achieve partial or complete separation from the traditional electric grid.

The program will cover the following topics:

  • Avoiding Energy Supply Costs vs. Delivery Charges
  • The Benefits of Remaining Integrated with the Grid
  • Opposition to Cord Cutting by the Electric Utility Industry
  • Impact of Utility Rate Design on Savings
    • Standby Rates
    • Demand and Customer Charges
  • Mechanisms for Achieving Complete or Partial Cord Cutting
    • Individual Net Metering
    • Virtual Net Metering
    • Community Net Metering
    • Aggregated Net Metering
    • Behind the Meter Generation without net metering
    • Sale of Behind the Meter Generation to Tenants and Neighbors
    • Microgrids
    • Partnering with a Competitive Energy Supplier to simulate Net Metering
  • When Do You Become a Public Utility?
  • On Site Storage or Backup Generation as an Alternative to Utility Standby Service

About the Presenter

Mr. Landry practices with the Energy and Telecommunications Practice Group of Preti Flaherty Beliveau & Pachios from the firm’s Augusta, Maine office. He has extensive experience in representing utility and consumer clients before regulatory agencies, including state public service commissions and FERC. He is also experienced in energy project development, as well as transactions involving the financing or acquisition of energy projects.. Mr. Landry previously engaged in private practice in Bangor and prior to that served as General Counsel to Bangor Hydro-Electric Company for many years.


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Sierra Dall
President & CEO
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