WebinarGreen Tariff Case Study: Starbucks, Puget Sound Energy, and Dominion EnergyNovember 8, 201811:00 AM PST/ 2:00 PM EST60 minutes Register for WebinarJoin us for the second webinar in SEPA’s Customer Choice series.Find Out How Utilities are Adapting to Companies like Starbucks Going GreenGoing green is the new normal for corporations and many utilities are struggling with how to respond. However, there are several utilities out there that are tackling the challenge head-on and this is your chance to learn from their success. In this webinar, find out how Puget Sound Energy and Dominion Energy are utilizing green tariffs to meet the needs of major community stakeholders like Starbucks, Amazon, Microsoft, and more.The two case studies include:How PSE partnered with Starbucks, Target, and more to create a highly successful green tariff projectDominion’s three different green tariffs and its work meeting the needs of multiple data centers in its service territoryAttendees will learn:Key takeaways from a utility with an implemented green tariff program and a utility in the midst of its’ regulatory approval processHow utilities implementing green tariffs are collaborating with C&I customers in their territoriesThe benefits of green tariffs to the utility and the corporate customerHow utilities are managing REC ownership within their green tariff program2018 Webinar Sponsors ShareShare on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedInAbout the Speakers Jared Leader Senior Director, Research & Industry Strategy | ResilienceJared joined SEPA in 2017. In his role, he develops strategic plans for programs, products, and service offerings for utility and industry stakeholder members and clients that facilitate the integration of distributed energy resources, non-wires alternatives and microgrids onto the modern grid. Jared leads SEPA’s Microgrids Working Group and co-led D.C. Public Service Commission’s grid modernization working groups.Prior to joining SEPA, he spent several years working as an environmental engineer and consultant for utility, municipal and commercial clients in the energy and water sectors.He has a MS, Energy Policy and Climate from Johns Hopkins University, and a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Virginia.Outside of business hours, Jared enjoys skiing, hiking and spending time in the great outdoors. Derek Wenger New Technology & Renewable Programs, Dominion EnergyDerek Wenger is manager–New Technology and Renewable Program, Power Delivery Group.He is responsible for developing renewable programs and integrating new technologies such as distributed generation and electric vehicles within Dominion Energy’s Virginia regulated service territory. Additionally, he is leading efforts to develop Dominion Energy Virginia’s Grid Modernization Implementation Plan.Wenger joined the company as an intern in 2008. Upon graduation, he worked in the Customer Service organization, where he held various analyst positions. He moved to the Electric Distribution Finance team in 2010 and was promoted to Manager–Electric Distribution Financial and Business Services in 2014 where he was responsible for reporting, analytics and planning for the Electric Distribution organization.Wenger earned a degree in management from Christopher Newport University. Patrick Leonard Manager Energy & Resource Management, Energy & Sustainability, Starbucks Coffee CompanyPatrick supports energy, water and renewables strategy for 9,500 Starbucks stores in the US and Canada. Patrick is responsible for deregulated energy procurement and sourcing renewable energy to meet Starbucks aspirational Global Responsibility goals. Prior to Starbucks Patrick’s work included roles in sustainability, energy management and renewables with T-Mobile, Paladino and Company, Enviros Consulting and Shell. Heather Mulligan Manager, Customer Renewable Energy Programs, Puget Sound EnergyHeather has more than 25 years of experience working on programs which support the deployment and use of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. For the past 12 years, she has been working on voluntary renewable energy and net metering programs at Puget Sound Energy. Prior to joining Puget Sound Energy in 2006, Heather worked as the national and regional coordinator of U.S. Department of Energy’s Million Solar Roofs Initiative. Her work at DOE built from a successful eight year career as a renewable energy policy consultant.Heather has a Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.) from American University.