2021 SC Clean Energy Conference

Setting the Pace for Decarbonization and Reliability through Clean Energy

-Powered by the South Carolina Clean Energy Industries Task Force of E4 Carolinas-

Thursday, December 9

PRESENTED BY: Sponsorship Available

* AGENDA SUBJECT TO CHANGE *

NOTE: All events will be conducted in accordance with then-existing CDC guidance.

A live stream attendance option is being evaluated.

Thursday, December 9th

Held at Furman University

For almost a decade, South Carolina has experienced record-breaking clean energy development enabled by consensus-driven state-level actions, regulatory changes, and evolving technology.  Join leading voices from the state and industry for an in-depth discussion on how the latest policy activities at the state, regional, federal, and even global levels are influencing decarbonization across the Palmetto State. We’ll cover the opportunities - and the challenges - they create for to industry looking to decarbonize across a global supply chain while maintaining local operational reliability.  And, all of this will wrap up with a look at the unique advantages increased clean-energy adoption can create for economic development and resilience.

 

8:15 am         Registration Opens

8:30 am         Networking Breakfast

-Sponsorship Available-

OPENING REMARKS

9:00 am         Call to Order, Safety Announcements & Agenda Overview - E4 Carolinas 

9:10 am         Welcome Comments - Greenville & Furman University representatives                    

9:30 am         Keynote Comments

  • SC Clean Energy Industry Task Force Co-Chairs Weston Adams & Bryan Stone
  • Presenting Sponsor Representative

CONTEXTUAL PRESENTATIONS

10:00 am      South Carolina’s 2016 State Energy Plan: An overview of activities, accomplishments, and opportunities

Presented by the SC Energy Office of the SC Office of Regulatory Staff

10:30 am      Regional & Federal Actions impacting Clean Energy

Sponsored by Nelson Mullins

Moderator: Weston Adams, Partner, and Co-Chair of the Energy Industry Practice Group, Nelson Mullins

11:45 am      Remarks from Lunch Sponsor

12:00 pm      Networking Lunch

-Sponsorship Available-

CRITICAL CONVERSATION

12:30 pm      Global Decarbonization and Sustainability Requirements driving Local Change for Manufacturers & their Supply-Chain Partners

Sponsored by Alder Energy

2:00 pm        Networking Break

-Sponsorship Available-

2:30 pm        Decarbonization and Reliability as Enablers of Economic Growth & Resilience

Sponsored by Central Electric Power Cooperative 

CONCLUDING COMMENTS

4:00 pm        Closing Remarks

- SC Clean Energy Industry Task Force Co-Chairs Weston Adams & Bryan Stone

- Presenting Sponsor Representative

4:30 pm        Depart for Downtown

5-7:00 pm     Networking Reception – Downtown Greenville - Location TBD

-Sponsorship Available-

7:30 pm        Dutch-Treat Dine Arounds –Downtown Greenville – Locations TBD