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The Clean Energy Future is Here: How Renewable Energy is Building the Reliable Grid of the Future
John Norris, Former Commissioner on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and former Iowa Utilities Board chairman, joins transmission and energy industry expert Michael Goggin for a discussion about how wind and solar energy have been successfully integrated into Iowa’s electric grid, and how more clean energy can be integrated for a secure and reliable grid of the future. The webinar will take a look at how renewable energy performed during peak demand this summer, and how additional clean energy capacity will best serve ratepayers in the future.
This webinar is co-hosted by the Clean Energy Districts of Iowa, Environmental Law & Policy Center, Iowa Environmental Council, Iowa Interfaith Power & Light, and Sierra Club Beyond Coal.

Sep 28, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Michael Goggin
Vice President @Grid Strategies LLC
Michael Goggin is Vice President at Grid Strategies LLC. He has been at Grid Strategies for nearly 5 years, and previously worked at the American Wind Energy Association for 10 years. Grid Strategies offers consulting on electric grid and market issues for clean energy sector clients.
John Norris
Polk County Administrator, Former IUB Chairman
John Norris began serving as the Polk County Administrator in 2020. Norris also continues to serve as an energy, agriculture and environmental policy advisor for the State Public Policy Group + Essman Research (SPPG) based in Des Moines, Iowa. While Chairman of the IUB, Norris also was elected President of the Organization of Midwest Independent System Operator (MISO) States and he chaired MISO’s Demand Response Working Group. He Co-chaired the FERC/NARUC Smart Grid and Emerging Issues Collaborative and the 2009 National Electricity Delivery Forum, served on the Board of Directors of the National Regulatory Research Institute, was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa Power Fund and served on the Advisory Council of the Iowa Energy Center.