The Maui Energy Conference attracts more than 300 energy industry leaders from Hawaii, the Continental U.S., Japan and Europe to exchange ideas on how to better serve customers in today’s rapidly changing power generation and delivery environment.
2018 Maui Energy Conference
Decarbonization: A Business Opportunity for Innovative Communities
Join us for a year of milestones as we celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Maui Energy Conference and the 10th Anniversary of the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative. Hawaii led the way in setting a 100% Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS). Did we set the right targets? What can we learn from energy leaders from around the globe?
Decarbonization presents innovative communities, from Hawaii to New York, with new business opportunities. The conference will explore possibilities including: voluntary and mandatory options for reducing carbon; what a decarbonized grid looks like; the utility business model best suited to reach carbon reduction goals; curtailing carbon emissions in the transportation sector; the role of agriculture in a carbon reduction strategy; and more.
Lisa Briggs | Director Government Affairs, Sempra U.S. Gas & Power
Colton Ching | Vice President, Energy Delivery, Hawaiian Electric
Frank De Rego Jr. | Director of Business Development Projects, Maui Economic Development Board, Inc.
James “Jay” Griffin | Assistant Researcher, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
Jonathan Koehn | Regional Sustainability Coordinator, City of Boulder
Doug McLeod | Chair, Conference Program Committee
Sebastian “Bash” Nola | Utility Consultant and former So. Cal. Edison Executive
Dave Parsons | Chief of Policy and Research, Hawaii Public Utilities Commission
Frederick Redell | Energy Commissioner, Maui County Office Of Economic Development