For a wrap-up of the conference, please read our blog entry at oregoncub.org!
This conference is eligible for 7.75 CLE credits from the Oregon State Bar, and 7.25 credits from the Washington State Bar. CLE credit from the California and Idaho State Bars is still pending.
The CUB Policy Center, in partnership with the University of Oregon School of Law, is pleased to announce its inaugural policy conference: Smart Grid: Today's Regulation and Tomorrow's Technology, taking place on Friday, October 21, 2011, at the University of Oregon White Stag Block (70 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209).
The conference is specifically designed to educate utility analysts, policy analysts, attorneys,* industry professionals, stakeholders and others on the current regulatory environment in Oregon and the region and then, to provide a forum for investigating the opportunities and challenges of integrating the Smart Grid into that environment. As we look at the development of Smart Grid technologies and applications, and their implementation over the next ten years, the CUB Policy Center believes that a thoughtful review of existing regulations combined with a thorough understanding of the possibilities of Smart Grid will provide the strongest avenue for advancing policy.