On February 22, 2016, Kim Diamond spoke on the Renewable Energy Panel about innovations and challenges facing the U.S. wind industry.  Her presentation was entitled “Creativity, Curtailment, and Conveyance:  Innovations and Challenges Facing Today’s U.S. Wind Industry.”  The Symposium was the first-of-its-kind collaboration between the American Bar Association’s Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources (RADER) Committee and Columbia Law School’s Environmental Law Society.  Kim was the lead organizing the two-panel symposium. The Symposium featured panelists from around the country, from Texas, Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, and New York.  Several hundred audience members from across the country attended this program, both in-person at Columbia Law School and via weblink.  Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP was a co-sponsor of the post-Symposium reception.

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Source: ABA SEER RADER Committee and Columbia Law School’s Environmental Law Society’s Symposium: The Growing Importance of Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation: Legal, Political, and Technological Perspectives