EUCI Texas Energy Conference - The Future of Electric Service in Rural Texas
Todd Kimbrough, partner in the Energy Practice, will serve as a featured speaker at the upcoming EUCI Texas Energy Conference on Sept. 14-15, 2021.
His presentation, “The Future of Electric Service in Rural Texas” will delve into the growing challenges affecting electric service in rural Texas and best practices for utilizing new technologies to benefit consumers in rural areas. Todd will share how the demands in rural systems are changing, the motivations for municipalities to move to a cooperative energy model and the benefits for adding data center loads in rural Texas.
EUCI is an accredited corporation that designs focused conferences and training courses for practicing professionals in the energy field as well as other industries. EUCI hosts more than 250 events each year that cover a comprehensive list of topics in the electric, oil, gas, water and wastewater industries.
Attendees will receive 1.0 CEU for this event. View the agenda and learn more here.
Todd focuses his energy practice on regulatory and utility issues for participants in electricity and natural gas markets throughout the U.S. and internationally. He has been involved in the approval or development of more than $25 billion in electricity infrastructure improvements. He has counseled utilities in rate cases, certificate of convenience and necessity (CCN) proceedings, and integrated resource plan (IRP) approvals in Texas, Georgia, New Mexico, North Carolina and Alaska as well as before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He also regularly represents market participants before the Texas Reliability Entity (RE) and other North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) regional entities. Todd is well-versed in drafting and negotiating complex agreements for the construction and operation of power plants as well as purchased power agreements and other related transactions.