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Speaking Engagements

Ms. Reha has deep experience in many facets of energy policy including energy efficiency,
demand response, smart grid technology, energy storage, renewable energy resources distributed
energy resources including wind and solar energy, community solar gardens, integrated resource
and transmission planning and climate change. Ms. Reha is a frequent speaker on emerging energy law issues in the Midwest and nationally. Ms. Reha has been featured in newspaper articles and energy publications regarding the changing business models in the electric utility industry.

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  • Policy Analysis for the Energy Foundation regarding “Access to Customer Energy Data and
    Privacy” Including presentations to Energy Foundation workshop and conference.

  • Facilitation of Solar Developer Interconnection Work-group that included large and small solar
    developers, public interest groups, government entities and Xcel Energy Minnesota

  • Many panel presentations and/or moderator presentations and facilitation at renewable, solar
    and energy conferences

  • Minnesota State Bar Association presentations and/or moderator presentations and facilitation
    regarding energy matters

  • Conference, education and speaker assistance to renewable, energy storage, environmental and
    energy trade and advocacy associations

PAR Energy also mediates legal disputes and facilitates workshops and work-groups for governmental agencies and other clients who need to resolve controversial matters or to narrow
and clarify issues for stakeholders who wish to more effectively influence specific public policy.
PAR Energy also assists organizations such as the National Association of Regulatory Utility
Commissioners (NARUC), the Mid-America Regulatory Conference (MARC), the Minnesota
Solar Energy Industry Association (MNSEIA), the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA), the Utility Section of the MSBA, the Midwest Solar Expo, the Minnesota Energy Storage Alliance (MESA), the Minnesota Energy Transition Lab of the University of Minnesota, the Midwest Renewable Tracking Systems (M-RETS), the Energy Foundation, the Advanced Energy Management Alliance (AEMA) and other trade, and professional organizations and foundations who have been early proponents of clean energy programs in the electric power, renewable energy, and demand side management industries.