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Because inequity leaves its imprint


The Live Forum: Energy and Grid Modernizing - the technology, funding and impact, Thursday, June 24, 2:00 - 3:15 pm EST


Join the Equitable Infrastructure Group and national infrastructure experts during this unique and dynamic Live Forum. EIG forums discuss affordable housing, infrastructural repairs, development, transportation, and the expansion of Smart City infrastructure within the United States. 

This Forum Called Upon Insight from:  Exelon, Consolidated Edison, Duke Energy

Why we focus on Grid Modernization and Infrastructure:

​To provide economic competitiveness, environmental equity, and energy security we must replace, modernize and expand. Over the past two decades, technological innovation has unlocked vast energy resources and catalyzed the deployment of capital throughout the entire energy value chain. The Biden administration will be executing Grid modernization projects according to guidelines suggested by energy and climate experts. 

The Discussion

  • Funding for Grid Modernization, primary incentives and initiatives

  • National Grid Modernization Projects

  • Case Study on unprecedented Grid Modernization and the Delivery Imprint

  • What enterprises inclusive of disadvantaged firms must do to stay abreast of updates and increase participation


Equitable Infrastructure Live was created by, EIG, the #1 source infrastructure. equity in infrastructure. Through this live format, EIG shares critical components of its research. The curated and clear discussion covers affordable housing, infrastructural upgrades, capital and development projects, transportation, and the expansion of Smart City and municipal policies. Equitable Infrastructure Live is designed for companies seeking the impact required for empowered expansion.


L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group and CEO of Green Building Worldwide will lead EIG's charge to traverse over $300 billion in infrastructure in 2021.  Charlie has held executive positions with American Express, Ogilvy, and ABC. She has also chaired the Economic Development Committee of the NYC Empowerment Zone and served as legislative consultant to private development firms and national Chambers of Commerce. Charlie was mentored by the UJA-Federation of New York early in her career.  She is a recurring speaker before the World Economic Forum, the Global Power and Energy BlockChain Conference, and the Equity Forum. 

Past infrastructure insight contributors:
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