"The Deputy Secretary of the Interior will address the broad energy issues facing the Department, including offshore wind siting and solar development in the West."
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) October 4, 2010
Deputy Secretary of the Interior David J. Hayes, has been named as this year’s keynote speaker at The Energy Daily's 2010 Transmission Siting Policy Summit. The event is taking place on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at the Washington Marriott at Metro Center in Washington, D.C.
"We are very excited to have the Deputy Secretary deliver the opening keynote address at The 2nd Annual Transmission Siting Policy Summit. He will address a broad energy issues facing the Department, including offshore wind siting and solar development in the West," said The Energy Daily Publisher George Lobsenz.
The Energy Daily's 2nd Annual Transmission Siting Policy Summit is a one-day event that brings together the decision-makers and influencers from the highest levels of government and industry for insightful debate surrounding the critical issues of transmission siting including: Ralph Izzo, President & CEO, PSEG; FERC Commissioner Cheryl LeFleur; Leon Lowery, Professional Staff Member, Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee for Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman; John Schnagl, Director of Transmission Adequacy, DOE Office of Electricity Delivery & Energy Reliability; Stephen Conant, SVP, Anbaric Transmission & New England Independent Transmission Company; Commission Lauren Azar, Wisconsin Public Service Commission; and Chairman Kristen Mayes, Arizona Corporation Commission.
For more a complete agenda and to register visit http://www.theenergydaily.com/2010TransmissionSitingSummit.
For more information on the summit or sponsoring the event Teri Fisher 610-696-2484.
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