Distributed Generation Conference Jan. 26-28

By Loretta Macktal, Executive Assistant to the Vice President, Government Relations

Capitol Update, Dec. 19, 2003 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend

Distributed generation (DG) enhances the reliability of the state's electric grid and helps customers manage and stabilize their energy costs. DG also provides businesses with a “hedge” against utility and market prices, enabling them to avoid some of the volatility that has occurred in wholesale markets.

The California Clean DG Coalition and the California Alliance for Distributed Energy Resources (CADER) are joining forces to host an energy conference focused on end-user DG and combined heat and power (CHP) projects on January 26-28, 2004 in San Diego. CMTA is one of the conference co-hosts.

Among the topics that will be discussed:

* Cost benefits of DG/CHP;
* Effects of California Air Resources Board (CARB) 2007 DG emissions standards on DG technology advancement;
* California end-user CHP projects – real world projects and networked communication systems; and
* Wall Street/financial community concerns and issues with DG

For updated conference and registration information, visit the CADER website: www.CADER.org.
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