Transmission infrastructure projects are often characterized by high perceived risk and low stakeholder trust. A balance must be struck between the need for additional transmission development and landowner priorities, environmental impact considerations and regulatory compliance.
A comprehensive strategic public participation process is a key tenet to the success of any transmission siting project. All stakeholders must be engaged throughout the process, using a wide variety of communication and engagement techniques that are tailored to the needs of each stakeholder. But how do you tackle this daunting challenge?
As an attendee of this conference, you will hear best practice case studies from leading electric transmission professionals, and the strategies and methods they use to positively engage stakeholders and overcome project obstacles. You will leave with practical tools and techniques that can be immediately implemented within your own organization to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your public participation program.
Compare best practice case studies on successful public participation programs
Identify, sort, and manage individual stakeholders and groups for more effective outreach
Evaluate agency leads' perspectives on how to effectively work through the regulatory process
Build meaningful engagement and interaction with the communities and landowners ?that are impacted
Apply technically accurate information about EMF to your outreach efforts
Utilize multi-discipline teams to develop outreach strategies that mitigate project constraints
Analyze how to tailor a unique stakeholder engagement approach for each project
Design campaign like tactics to deploy in your stakeholder outreach efforts
Price: Early Bird Rate: $1195
Speakers: Puget Sound Energy, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, AltaLink, Long Island Power Authority