Third and final Metro Energy Resiliency Summit to be held Jan. 27

Learn more about how we can work towards an energy resilient future for Los Angeles County at the virtual Energy Resiliency Summit on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

Over the past few months, Metro has hosted a series of events to explore and discuss cutting edge energy resiliency concepts and solutions. These events are intended to explore whether Metro can “be up while the grid is down” and help shape a long-range energy resiliency strategy for Metro and the region.

The third and final event of the series will take place on Microsoft Teams on Jan. 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Register now to receive the event linkThe event is free and open to the public.

This summit will feature presentations from GDS Associates, Indian Energy, and Gannett Fleming on proposed energy resiliency solutions selected through Metro’s Request for White Papers, several keynote speakers, and a facilitated panel featuring experts across a range of sectors to discuss the future of energy resiliency in the region.

The expert panel will be co-moderated by Heather Repenning, Metro’s Executive Officer of Sustainability Policy, and Thomas Small, current Chair of Metro’s Sustainability Council. Panelists include:

  • Lauren Faber O’Connor – Chief Sustainability Officer, City of LA
  • Gary Gero – Chief Sustainability Officer, LA County
  • Nancy Pfeffer – Executive Director, Gateway Cities Council of Governments
  • Nancy Sutley – Chief Sustainability Officer, LADWP
  • Dr. Cris Liban – Chief Sustainability Officer, Metro

Don’t wait, RSVP today! To learn more about Metro’s Energy Resiliency Series, visit metro.net/energyresiliency.

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