February 13-16, 2022
A Hybrid Meeting
Washington Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Join Regulators, Policymakers, and Stakeholders to Discuss ...

General Session
What Would You Do with Billions of Dollars?
State Implications of a Federal Infrastructure Bill
Gas
Resilience, Reliability, and the Energy Transition:
Implications and Opportunities for Natural Gas
General Session
Reaching for the Stars:
Federal Energy Earthshots Initiatives
Gas
Energy Prices:
Ensuring Predictability for the Benefit of the Customer
Gas
Natural Gas Infrastructure and Low-Carbon Fuels:
Economic, Engineering, and Policy Considerations
Electricity
Turning Transmission up to Eleven:
Innovative Approaches to Maximizing Transmission Lines and Their Rights of Way
Gas
Certified Natural Gas:
Science, Monitoring, and Certification from Production to End Use
Electricity
Equity-Based Strategies:
How Do We Ensure All Customers Benefit from Decarbonization?
Electricity
Keeping up with Climate:
How Can We Work Together to Prevent Blackouts in the Face of Extreme Weather?
Electricity
Telecommunications
Importance of Telecom to the Electricity Grid
  Early Bird
Dec. 6 - Jan. 14
Regular
Jan. 15 - Feb. 4
Late/Onsite
Feb. 5 - Feb. 15
State and Federal Commissioners and Staff $475 $575 $675
Consumer Advocate/Non-member Federal Agency $550 $650 $750
Industry Stakeholders $695 $795 $995
Credentialed Media $0 $0 $0

COVID Statement

We will follow all CDC guidelines, government protocols, and hotel policies to ensure the safety of all meeting participants concerning safety for public events. Any changes or updates to the meeting will be communicated to all registered and prospective attendees via the website and direct communications.

On January 15, 2022, per Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Order 2021-148, the District of Columbia will adopt a citywide vaccination entry requirement that requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter indoor facilities (e.g., restaurants, nightclubs, taverns, coffee shops, food halls, live entertainment and sporting venues, movie theaters, bowling alleys, gyms, fitness studios, hotels, and conferences) within the city.

NOTE: The Renaissance Hotel, in compliance with local government mandates, has an indoor mask requirement and on January 15 will have a Vaccination Status Check station in the hotel.

NARUC is committed to making the in-person Winter Policy Summit accessible to all individuals. If you have a disability, as identified by the Americans With Disabilities Act, and anticipate needing assistance while onsite at the Summit, please contact meetings@naruc.org.

Thanks to Our Sponsors

Leadership Level

REAL

Executive Level

Urbint

Premier Level

Anterix

Diamond Level

The Association of Edison Illuminating Companies
American Gas Association
Electric Power Supply Association
Edison Electric Institute
NAWC
Landis Gyr
Laborers International Union of North America

Platinum Level

SEIA
Nuclear Energy Institute
American Clean Power

Gold Level

Enerknol
Itron

Silver Level

CTC Global
Advanced Energy Economy

Blue Level

Harris Beach PLLC Attorneys at Law
IEEE Standards Association
Orion Strategies
RAP
RTO ERO NetZero Insider
Sensus a Xylem brand

Media Sponsor

Public Utilities Fortnightly