US-Korean Renewable Energy Lunch Series: Federal Renewable Electricity Deployment Incentives in the US

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Location:Washington, DC
Date:Thu, March 13th, 2014
Description:Location: Global America Business Institute: 1001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 435, Washington, DC 20036 Download as iCal file Please join ACORE, the Global America Business Institute (GABI), and the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) for a lunch discussion and presentation by Phillip Brown, Specialist in Energy Policy at the Congressional Research Service (CRS). In support of the U.S. Congress, Mr. Brown provides objective and fact-based research and analysis of existing and proposed federal energy policies. Mr. Brown's current portfolio of work is focused on U.S. crude oil exports, clean energy policies, renewable electric power, and financial mechanisms that may be used to incentivize renewable electricity project development. Mr. Brown also actively monitors world energy markets in order to provide congressional clients with a global perspective on the effectiveness of various clean energy policy mechanisms. Mr. Brown's work also includes detailed financial modeling and analysis of federal policies to include cash grants for renewable energy projects, loan guarantees for clean energy technologies, and production tax credits for wind and other renewable electricity generation projects. Prior to joining CRS, Mr. Brown held various marketing, business development, and executive positions at companies ranging in size from a new start-up venture (Diversified Energy Corporation) to Fortune 500 firms (Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics). Mr. Brown was co-founder, President and CEO of Diversified Energy Corporation, a start-up company focused on commercializing renewable and alternative energy technologies. Mr. Brown received a BS degree in Business Administration from Troy University (Troy, Alabama) and an MBA from Pepperdine University (Malibu, California). For more information, or to RSVP, please contact Risa Edelman at



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