Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center on Tuesday, June 21st from 9:00 am to 11:00 am ET for the Atlantic Council Electricity Roundtable, a private and off-the-record discussion that will focus on the implementation of the Transmission Facilitation Program and on collaboration between regional planners and states to accelerate transmission expansion. This roundtable will be hybrid, and participants will be welcome to join either in person in the Atlantic Council offices or virtually via Zoom. The meeting will convene key stakeholders from the public and private sectors and feature discussions with and presentations from industry experts.

The United States’ decarbonization goals will require widespread expansion and enhancement of the US electricity grid, which will be impossible without significant policy support and collaboration between various levels of policymakers and regulators—along with utilities—to streamline processes and accelerate development. This iteration of the Electricity Roundtable will examine the key challenges ahead for the US electricity system, opportunities for collaboration between regional planners, states, and other key stakeholders, and implementation of DOE’s new Transmission Facilitation Program. Key industry leaders, policymakers, and regulators at the state and federal level will discuss the path forward and identify recommendations to ensure successful grid enhancement and expansion.

This is a private, off-the-record event, and the Chatham House rule applies. Please join this conversation either in the Atlantic Council offices or via the web application Zoom, which is accessible through your web browser, the Zoom desktop or mobile app, and by phone. Register through the link above to receive further information on how to join the discussion.