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The Next Frontier: Emerging Models in Renewable Energy Procurement

Companies of all sizes are investigating ways to take back control of their energy procurement and source more renewable energy from clean power sources, including wind and solar projects. That strategy is often informed by a corporate desire to reduce carbon emissions but there are many other potential benefits — there are also exciting new business models quickly expanding the options for corporate buyers, especially those considering their first deal.

What tools and resources can guide your company’s strategy? What risks do clean power deals pose? How can your team partner with other buyers and organizations to achieve its goals? This webinar will discuss and debate the latest trends in renewable energy procurement, sharing firsthand perspectives from subject matter experts at the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center and LevelTen Energy, and strategists with AT&T and Iron Mountain. Among the topics this session will address:

  • New models that are expanding renewable energy buying options

  • Dynamics of the U.S. regional electricity system (what you need to know)

  • The state of green tariff opportunities in regulated markets

  • The pros and cons of aggregating your company’s procurement power with multiple buyers, multiple projects, or both

  • How to discuss the impact of these projects/deals



Heather Clancy, Editorial Director, GreenBiz



Lily Donge, Principal, Rocky Mountain Institute Business Renewables Center

Kevin Hagen, Vice President Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Strategy, Iron Mountain

Charles Herget, AVP Environmental Sustainability, AT&T

Bryce Smith, CEO, LevelTen Energy



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