Building the Decarbonized Grid – Session Sign-up

Use the links below to sign up for individual sessions on June 8 and 9, 2021.

Click the links for the sessions you want to attend!

Here’s how to sign up for the summit sessions you want and get your log-in information.

  1. Find the session(s) you want to attend below and click Sign up.
  2. Complete the short form for the session and click Register.
  3. You will receive an email confirming your registration for that session.
  4. In the email, click on the “Add to Calendar” button to put the session and log-in link in your calendar. Your log-in link is unique to you, please do not share the email or the link.
  5. Your calendar will now contain the time and link for each session you want to attend.

Need to see session descriptions? Go to the Summit web page >


Tuesday, Jun 8 – All sessions last 60 minutes or less, times are Pacific Daylight Time

9AM Opening – Insights from Washington State Legislative Action and The Clean Energy Landscape in the West

Sen. Reuven Carlyle
Chair, Washington Senate Environment, Energy & Technology (EET) Committee

Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon
Chair, Washington House Environment & Energy Committee

Laura Manz
Director, Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure

U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko
Chair of the Subcommittee on Environment & Climate Change
U.S. House Energy and Commerce committee

Karen Wayland
GridWise Alliance


Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

Distribution System Planning & the Integrated Grid


Leveraging Real-Time System Visibility to Integrate Solar

Modern Solutions for Relieving Transmission Constraints


Scaling Demand-Side Flexibility

Updates and Lessons From States on the Front Line


Making DERs a Resource At Scale

Lessons from Corporate Deep Decarbonization Efforts

Wednesday, Jun 9 – All sessions last 60 minutes or less, times are Pacific Daylight Time


Realities of 100% Commitments for Cities

Expanding Advanced Forecasting Capabilities


Long-Duration Storage Makes Its Case

Innovating Rates and Pricing


Facilitating the Electrification of Fleets and Heavy Transport

A National Roadmap for Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings


How the Grid can Make an Exceptional EV Experience

Rethinking Resource Adequacy in a Decarbonized World

2PM Closing – Evolution of the Business Model and Investing to Accelerate Commercial Grid Solutions

Peter Fox Penner
Author: Power After Carbon
Energy Impact Partners
Boston University
in conversation with
Scott Harden, Microsoft

Jigar Shah
Director, Loan
Programs Office
U.S Department of Energy
in conversation with
Audrey Lee, Microsoft

Building the Decarbonized Grid Summit

Lead Sponsor

Supporting Organizations

Any other questions about the summit? Contact Bryce.