Have you ever wondered how (and where) your electricity is made and how it gets to you? What role do the utilities like Eversource and National Grid play? How do municipal light plants differ from the big utilities like Eversource and National Grid?
MCAN and Mass Power Forward invite you to join us for a webinar to find all this out and more!
David Ismay from the Conservation Law Foundation is our speaker, and he teaches a course at on energy markets at the Law School at Northeastern University.
If you are in a municipal light plant (MLP) or muni town, this webinar will particularly useful to get you up to speed to come to the January 27th meeting. If you are in a municipal light plant town and are not invited to the January meeting, please email Oriana at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you an invite.
Please RSVP for the webinar (below) and we will send you the log in info a few days ahead of time. You should get a confirmation email for your RSVP - if you don't, you might have accidentally unsubscribed from our email list, so let us know.
David Ismay is a Clean Energy and Climate Change Staff Attorney for CLF Massachusetts. Before joining CLF, David was a senior associate at Farella Braun + Martel LLP in San Francisco, where he practiced infrastructure, renewable energy and land-use law. He has substantial experience in drafting, negotiating and litigating commercial contracts for public and private entities with focus on major capital construction of buildings, infrastructure, and renewable/alternative energy power plants, as well as prosecuting and defending local land use approvals and related environmental review.
David holds a B.S. in History with Honors from the United States Naval Academy, an M.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University (Queen’s College), and a J.D. from Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall). After law school, he served as a law clerk to the Hon. James R. Browning, Senior Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. David is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and California, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, and before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second and Ninth Circuits.