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21 - 30 Sep.

Deloitte 2021 Renewable Energy Seminar

Resilient, reliable, and recharged

Tuesday, 11:00 a.m.  ET
Event language: English

Taking place virtually September 21–23 and 28–30, Deloitte’s 2021 Renewable Energy Seminar is a unique opportunity to interact with industry experts and gain valuable insight into the future of renewable energy.

 

 

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We are thrilled to invite you to this year’s Deloitte Renewable Energy Seminar: Resilient, reliable, and recharged. This event will once again be hosted in a virtual, interactive format and grant you the opportunity to customize your experience, explore the trends and issues affecting growth and innovation in the renewable energy industry, and learn what they could mean for your organization.

Register today for the opportunity to engage with experts in renewable energy through interactive plenary and breakout sessions. As an attendee, you’ll gain insight into a variety of industry-related trends to help you thrive in the renewable energy sector’s current business, tax, and accounting landscape. Companies registering 10+ guests will receive a 10% discount.

To join the preregistration list and receive an invite, click here

Who should attend?


Individuals or organizations interested in learning more about the unique business, tax, and accounting issues affecting companies operating in or investing in the renewable energy sector:

  • Executives
  • Businesses
  • Board members
  • Investors
  • Developers
  • Industry analysts
  • Utilities
  • Entrepreneurs 

 

When and where?

Virtual and interactive Deloitte Renewable Energy Seminar. Featuring six half-days of programming in a virtual environment, the seminar provided compelling discussions, actionable insights, and a unique opportunity to learn more about innovation in the renewable energy industry.

Week one: September 21–23
Week two: September 28–30
 

Plenary session topics

  • The Biden administration: Industry impact and insights
  • The road ahead for electric vehicles
  • The path to utility decarbonization
  • The next generation of clean energy – green hydrogen
  • Renewable M&A fueled by strong demand
  • The world energy transition: The pathway toward transformation
  • Power up: The market effects on battery storage
  • Making a difference: Corporate sustainability and community impact
  • The opportunities and challenges of energy transition

 

More information

For questions, please contact Soy Lee or Gretchen Douglass.

Day 1 | Tuesday, September 21

Plenary session

Elective session breakout #1

  • Driving renewables efficiency and sustainability with the Smart Factory / Smart Manufacturing
  • Renewable energy procurement for organizations

Elective session breakout #2

  • Investments in renewable markets
  • Scope 3 emissions: The elephant is growing larger and the room is getting smaller

 

Day 2 | Wednesday, September 22

Plenary session

Elective session breakout #1

  • ESG landscape and disclosure trends: Rapid pace of change!?
  • Valuation of renewable energy projects

Elective session breakout #2

  • Cybersecurity for renewables: Understanding the evolving cyber risks in renewables
  • Managing the renewable energy transition with Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) and Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS)

 

Day 3 | Thursday, September 23

Plenary session

Elective session breakout #1

  • Digging in on the beginning of construction and other ITC and PTC hot topics
  • Hypothetical Liquidation at Book Value (HLBV) concepts

Elective session breakout #2

  • 2021 Global Human Capital Trends: An Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I) perspective
  • Fundamentals meet function: An energy market update

Day 4 | Wednesday, September 28

Plenary session

Elective session breakout #1

  • IRC section 45Q carbon capture and sequestration tax credit: Should your company consider carbon capture as part of its decarbonization plan?
  • Investments in renewable generation facilities by rate-regulated utilities

Elective session breakout #2

  • Financial accounting & tax trends in M&A and renewables ownership

 

Day 5 | Thursday, September 29

Plenary session

Elective session breakout #1

  • Tax hot topics
  • Accounting hot topics

Elective session breakout #2

  • Structuring and financing considerations for tax equity
  • Accounting for today’s power purchase agreements (PPAs)

 

Day 6 | Friday, September 30

Plenary session 

Elective session breakout #1

  • Partnership flip and lease structures
  • Demystifying climate scenarios

Elective session breakout #2

  • A new administration and Congress in Washington, DC: Navigating regulatory developments, legislative proposals, IRS guidance and process
  • Scott Baker, Senior Business Solution Analyst, Applied Innovation, PJM Interconnection
  • John Berger, Chairman, President, and CEO, Sunnova Energy International
  • Britt Burt, Vice President, Power Research, IIR Energy
  • Calvin G. Butler Jr., CEO, Exelon Utilities
  • Genevieve Cullen, President, Electric Drive Transportation Association
  • Ryan Dings, COO and General Counsel, Greentown Labs, Inc.
  • Dolf Gielen, Director, International Renewable Energy Agency, IRENA
  • John Hensley, Vice President, Research and Analytics, American Clean Power Association
  • Yuri Horwitz, CEO, Solsystems
  • Janice Lin, Founder and President, Green Hydrogen Coalition
  • Shahid Malik, President, PSEG Energy Resources & Trade
  • Arun Mitra, Vice President and CFO, Mitsubishi Power
  • Scott Osborne, Vice President of Sales, Americas, Fluence
  • David Perl, Managing Director, Generate Capital, Inc.
  • Karl Popham, Manager, Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technologies, Austin Energy
  • Alan Russo, Chief Revenue Officer, STEM, Inc.
  • Antonio Smyth, Senior Vice President, Grid Solutions and President, Transource Energy, American Electric Power
  • Richard Sturges, Vice President, Mergers and Acquisitions, The AES Corporation

 

A retrospective look at last year’s seminar

Deloitte’s 13th annual Renewable Energy Seminar was also its first fully virtual conference event. Spanning six half-days of programming, the seminar’s theme was “Renewables for a sustainable future” and brought together leaders from across the renewable energy and related industries to discuss the forces driving growth, inspiring innovation, and accelerating the path to a sustainable future. This retrospective provides an overview of the memorable insights from the event, along with links to other seminar materials.

2020 Deloitte Renewable Energy Seminar

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