Grid 20/20: Focus on Resource Diversity
Please join us as we explore the impacts of shifting trends in resource types, as well as the benefits and challenges associated with achieving a reliable resource mix.
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PJM has assembled industry experts and executives to discuss the following topics:
- Is the changing fuel mix a problem?
- What are the opportunities and challenges presented by the changing resource mix?
- What are the implications of the EPA CO2 rule?
- What role do wholesale energy markets play to achieve a diverse and reliable fuel mix?
- How are policies and regulators shaping the resource mix? What is their role in the achieving a reliable balance in the future?
- What are the impacts on a local, national, and global level?
- Lessons learned from those who have experience with rapidly changing resource dynamics
Cheryl A. LaFleur, Chair, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Impacts: Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Resource Mix
Theodore F. Craver Jr., President and CEO – Edison International
Thad Hill, President and CEO – Calpine
Richard M. Rosenblum, President and CEO – Hawaiian Electric Company
Tierry Vandal, President and Chief Executive Officer - Hydro-Quebec
Potential Solutions: Ways to Achieve a Reliable Resource Mix
Mark Karl, Vice President, Market Development – ISO New England
Lloyd M. Yates, Executive Vice President of Regulated Utilities – Duke Energy
Who should attend
PJM members, state regulatory commissioners, electric utilities, power marketers, consumer advocates, consultants, staff members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and other government officials.
- Monday, October 20, 2014 — Evening Reception
- Tuesday, October 21, 2014 — Grid 20/20: Focus on Resource Diversity
Mayflower Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.
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Discounted hotel rate - $269
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