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Making Sense Out of the Dollars: Todd Griset Moderator at New England Energy Conference & Expo

May 10, 2017 at 1:45pm3:00pm
Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa

Groton, Connecticut

In Making Sense Out of the Dollars: How the Future will get Financed, Preti Flaherty Energy Practice Group partner Todd Griset will moderate a panel of energy industry professionals who will discuss innovative ways to finance energy initiatives and the challenges in attracting capital to advanced technologies.

Todd offers clients significant experience in commercial, regulatory and legislative settings. Combining an understanding of business and technology with the law, he advises clients on how to achieve their goals and maximize their opportunities in energy and other markets across the nation.  He actively represents clients before federal and state regulatory agencies including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state public utilities commission. Todd also advises clients on regional energy market design and operations in the ISO-New England, PJM, and other control areas. On behalf of his clients, he pursues grants, incentives, and other funding sources for energy and efficiency projects, and defends clients against regulatory enforcement actions.

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