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    Energy Justice and Beyond: What about the Energy Consumer in the Energy Transition? (Energy Transition Conference Session) [CC]

    Energy Justice and Beyond: What about the Energy Consumer in the Energy Transition? (Energy Transition Conference Session) [CC]
    CLE 60 min

    Energy Justice and Beyond: What about the Energy Consumer in the Energy Transition? (Energy Transition Conference Session) [CC]

    This panel examines the impacts of short-term, zero-carbon policy, law, and regulations, and where these legal frameworks and policies fit into the broader energy law transition challenges and opportunities.

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    Consumers have traditionally focused on the cost and reliability of energy, but the energy transition is bringing new considerations into play for consumers, including behind-the-meter renewable energy, impacts of climate change, the role of the smart grid in consumer choices, and energy and environmental justice issues. These new factors require rethinking the how and when to engage consumers and what impacts the transition will have on end-use customers. The panel will assess energy transition issues from the perspective of energy consumers. The panel will look at how customers are influencing the grid, through choice over new power generation (including EVs and other “smart” devices) and public concern (or lack thereof) on issues of climate change and energy and environmental justice. The panel will conclude with a discussion on how this impacts lawyers and their clients by elevating the role of the consumer into decision making beyond pure policies and laws.

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