Net metering is a billing arrangement where customers who produce their own
electricity can receive a credit on their electric utility bills for any extra
electricity produced by the customer that flows back onto the electric utility’s
Are you thinking of or already representing a renewables developer hoping to
pursue a net metering project in Massachusetts? There's a lot to know and
understand before you assist your client in navigating the existing net metering
regulatory framework, and our distinguished panel of experts is here to
Join us for an overview of net metering direct from the Massachusetts
Department of Public Utilities. Hear firsthand from the new net metering
System of Assurance Administrator who will provide guidance for applying for
(and maintaining) a position in the net metering queue. Our panel
will also provide practical tips for facilitating the process from the utility
perspective. Finally, attendees will hear the developers' perspective
through an interactive question and answer session among the panelists.
Join us to get informed about this exciting emergining enterprise!
Laura Bickel, Hearing Officer, Massachusetts Department of Public
Michael Koehler, Esq., Keegan Werlin LLP
Zachary Gerson, Esq.,
Sandra Brown, Cadmus Group
I. Net Metering: What is it and how did we get here?
II. Key Issues for Practitioners: Hear from the Department of Public
Utilities, the Administrator of the System of Assurance and Utilities about how
to navigate the net metering regulatory process.
III. Developers' Grill: Developers' questions get answered!
BBA Member - $130.00
BBA Member - Legal Services/ Government Lawyer - $70.00
Student - $30.00
If the cost of this seminar would preclude you from attending, please
contact us about tuition discounts.