NARUC Summer Policy Summit July 20-22 2020

Let’s Summit Together, Separately July 20-22, 2020

Virtual Conference

Let the summit come to you, through our interactive digital platform!


Key resolutions were discussed and approved by the board of directors at the conclusion of the meeting.

Final Resolutions as Passed by the NARUC Board of Directors

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Highlights of the Agenda

  • Federal Updates: FERC and FCC Q & A
  • Clean Energy (gains and losses; meeting targets)
  • The Effect of COVID-19 on Employment
  • Utility Sector Leaders Respond to the Pandemic
  • Transformational Opportunities for Private LTE Networks to Support Critical Infrastructure
  • Meeting Increasing Broadband Needs
  • July 15 — President’s Preview

See the Full Agenda

Special Preview Session

Join President Brandon Presley on Wednesday, July 15, 3:00 to 4:30 PM EST, for Pulse of the Pandemic: How Are We Doing?

Special Welcome Address

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker

photo of Derrick Johnson

Keynote Address

Derrick Johnson, President and CEO
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Summit Spotlight

Interactive live, 2-minute speed rounds hosted by Public Utilities Fortnightly. Check out the details on Tuesday's agenda.