Leveraging Lessons Learned at the Intersection of Law and Business to Achieve Corporate Clean Energy Objectives
Duquesne Club Founders' Room
325 Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
8:30 am - Breakfast
9:00 am - Panel
In association with the inaugural Global Clean Energy Action Forum and Carnegie Mellon University, Jones Day will host a panel discussion titled "Leveraging Lessons Learned at the Intersection of Law and Business to Achieve Corporate Clean Energy Objectives."
The panel, which includes lawyers from the Firm's energy transition team and representatives from Pittsburgh's CNX Resources Corporation and United States Steel Corporation, will explore how practical lessons learned from both legal and business experience can be applied to achieve a corporation's decarbonization and clean energy goals.
There is no charge for attending, but space is limited.
The Global Clean Energy Action Forum's decision to hold the event in Pittsburgh recognizes the extraordinary transformation the region has made in recent years, and its status as a national leader in the environmental movement and a green model for cities all over the world. (To learn more about the GCEAF, visit the Forum's home page at www.gceaf.org.)
Jones Day lawyers participating in the panel include Rebekah Kcehowski, Partner-in-Charge of the Pittsburgh Office, and partners David A. Grubman (Pittsburgh), Dickson C. Chin (New York), and Alexandra L. Wilde (Houston). The panel also will feature Alan Shepard, Chief Financial Officer of CNX Resources Corporation, and Megan Bombick, Associate General Counsel, Securities & Corporate Secretary at United States Steel Corporation.
Jones Day's Future of Energy, Renewables+ & Sustainability Initiative comprises more than 100 lawyers, who help clients identify and maximize opportunities to transition to a carbon neutral future, while successfully navigating regulatory, statutory, and other legal challenges. The Firm's lawyers have led nearly 600 energy transition matters, including transactions with a combined value in excess of $100 billion, and numerous large-scale projects and disputes.
A recognized thought leader on legal issues relating to energy transition, and with offices in nearly every major energy and financial center in the world, Jones Day has advised on a diverse array of groundbreaking renewable energy initiatives, including wind (onshore and offshore), solar, battery storage, V2G/demand management, hydrogen, waste to energy, RNG/biofuels, cleantech, voluntary and compliance carbon credits, clean energy exchange development, hydrocarbon facilities transition, carbon capture and sequestration, fuel cells, demand response, smart networks/microgrids, and the development of industry-leading virtual power purchase agreements.