6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Panel Session & Q&A
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Networking Happy Hour


  • Beth Creller (Sustainability & Climate Risk Program Lead at Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP))

    Beth Creller

    Sustainability & Climate Risk Program Lead at Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP)

    Beth Gould Creller is a risk management professional focusing on climate risks related to the Energy Transition. She oversees the Sustainability & Climate Risk (SCR®) Program offered by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). Before her work at GARP, Beth began her energy career in the upstream oil and gas industry with Hess Corporation, where she developed an embedded Enterprise Risk Management program, key in company capital decision-making and asset valuation. Working across multiple continents, her energy background spans corporate risk, internal audit, global supply chain, business continuity planning, governance, and sustainability. She is a current co-host of the WEN Global podcast series.

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  • Catherine Griffin (Director, Investments of Soltage LLC)

    Catherine Griffin

    Director, Investments of Soltage LLC

    Catherine Griffin is a Director of Investments at Soltage. Catherine has over ten years of experience in the energy industry, beginning her career in power and gas and before transitioning to renewables. Prior to joining Soltage, Catherine worked at DSD Renewables and led the project valuations for M&A activity across various markets. Catherine holds a B.A in Economics from Union College and M.B.A from Columbia Business School.

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  • Anastasia Kiryushkina (Vice President at Enhanced Capital)

    Anastasia Kiryushkina

    Vice President at Enhanced Capital

    Anastasia (‘Nastia’) is currently Vice President, Climate Finance at Enhanced Capital where she runs origination and deal structuring efforts in the clean energy and sustainable infrastructure space. Her experience in the sustainable energy industry spans over a decade. She previously served as Assistant Vice President on US Bank’s environmental finance team, where she helped close over $300M in renewable energy tax credit investments and earlier managed a portfolio encompassing $1.2B+ in committed tax equity funds in residential, community, commercial, and utility scale solar, wind, and energy storage projects across the US. In the years prior, Anastasia worked as a solar energy project developer at CS Energy, and an account/product manager at Veolia Environment’s energy management and analytics arm. Anastasia earned a BS/BA from Stony Brook University and an MBA from the Yale School of Management.

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  • Erica Reidy (Director, Investments of Leyline Renewable Capital)

    Erica Reidy

    Director, Investments of Leyline Renewable Capital

    Erica Reidy is the Director of Investments at Leyline Renewable Capital, a lender of development capital to renewable projects. Erica leads the Investments team, which drives out execution of new deals and coordinates efforts and output across all of Leyline's underwriting and structuring teams. Erica joined Leyline after graduating with her MBA from MIT Sloan, where she worked for Silverpeak Partners, a private equity firm in NYC, on renewable finance and ESG policy. Prior to business school, Erica worked at Nautilus Solar, a solar developer, on the business development team, driving out greenfield origination efforts for C&I solar and acquisitions of partially developed projects. She began her time in the industry via internships at Enel Green Power North America and Sol Systems.

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  • Devlyn Tedesco (Counsel, Foley Hoag LLP)

    Devlyn Tedesco

    Counsel, Foley Hoag LLP

    Devlyn represents a variety of clients in complex energy regulatory, permitting, and transactional matters before the New York Public Service Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, New York Independent System Operator, and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

    Devlyn has worked extensively with energy storage, solar, and offshore wind developers to secure permits to develop transmission and generation projects, comply with regulatory requirements, navigate utility- and NYISO- interconnection processes, and influence energy regulatory policy proceedings in New York and at the federal level.

    Devlyn also has experience representing clients in adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings relating to electricity and natural gas ratemaking, market-based rate authority, interconnection policy, and energy asset sales and transfers, among others. In addition, Devlyn helps clients with environmental, interconnection, and energy regulatory due diligence for corporate transactions.

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