Sydney - Energy policy and law under the Trump Administration
Venue: Baker McKenzie, Level 27, AMP Centre, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney NSW
Date: Mon 07 Aug 2017 @ 5:45pm arrival for 6:00pm start. Presentation and Q&A until 7.15pm, followed by drinks and canapés. Close by 8:00pm
Professor Lincoln Davies, University of Utah And Kate Phillips, Baker McKenzie
The AIE is pleased to welcome Professor Lincoln Davies, Presidential Endowed Chair in Law, College Of Law, University of Utah to present on 7 August 2017.
Professor Davies is an expert in US energy law and will provide a detailed consideration of the current state of energy policy and law in the United States as well as potential changes under the Trump Administration, including:
• an overview of US energy policy and regulation, with particular attention to the impacts of competition and environmental law
• an in-depth look at the use of state renewable portfolio standards in the US as a mechanism to promote uptake of renewable energy, and
• an assessment of the impact of the Trump Administration on the US energy markets
Alongside Professor Davies, the AIE is pleased to welcome Kate Phillips, a special counsel in the Environmental Markets team at Baker McKenzie, Melbourne. Kate will provide Australian insights into some of the issues considered by Professor Davies as we also navigate our shifting energy market.
Cost: Non-members $40; members free; students: $0.
RSVP: Register early as seats are limited.
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