Public Utilities Law Update 2019

March 5, 2019
9:00am – 3:00pm

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Registration Fee:  $150

0.6 CEUs are available.
CLEs will be determined.

location:
pyle center
702 langdon st.
madison wi
 

This annual program highlights the regulatory and legislative changes over the past year. It will include presentations from the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin as well as from attorneys familiar with those recent changes.

Sponsored by the Public Utilities Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

 

Draft Agenda

8:30-9:00          Registration check-in and networking

9:00-10:00        Annual Public Service Commission of Wisconsin UpdateCindy Smith, General Counsel, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin    Smith Presentation

10:00-10:45      Municipal Law UpdateAnita Gallucci, Attorney, Boardman & Clark LLP    Gallucci Presentation

10:45-11:00       Break

11:00-11:30       Legislative UpdateZach Ramirez, Staff Attorney, Wisconsin Legislative Council   Ramirez Presentation

11:30-12:00       Water Law UpdateLawrie Kobza, Attorney, Boardman & Clark LLP    Kobza Presentation

12:00-1:00        Networking Lunch Rebecca Cameron Valcq, Chairperson, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

1:00-1:45           Presentation on Utility-scale Solar Projects Andrew Hanson, Senior Counsel, Perkins Coie    Hanson Presentation

1:45-2:30           Panel on Utility-scale Solar Projects

Moderator:

Justin Chasco, Attorney, Wheeler Van Sickle & Anderson, S.C.

Panel:

Will Havemeyer, Partner & CLO, Swift Current Energy
John McWilliams, Senior Resource Planning Engineer, Dairyland Power Cooperative
Barton Pitts, Business Development, Nexamp

2:30-3:00           Q&A

3:00                      Adjourn/Networking

 

Your fee will include breaks, lunch, and materials.
This program is hosted by the Wisconsin Public Utility Institute. WPUI is not responsible for the content of this program. Each presentation is the intellectual property of the listed author(s).

 

Pyle Center
The Pyle Center

 

upcoming 2019 programs

April 30:  Electric Grid Security and Resilience

June 25:  New Technologies & Pricing Challenges

September 10:  Electric Utility Rate Regulation Policy Changes

October 7-11:  Energy Utility Basics 2019

October 22:  Water

November 5:  Natural Gas