National Council on Electricity Policy Annual Meeting
Monday, December 7 (12pm) - Wednesday, December 9, 2020 (5pm US/Eastern)
In 2020, NCEP will explore the age-old utility question of “who pays?” with a new twist from grid modernization: “how?” The modern grid will allow for the exchange of more granular information on electricity use and supply across the distribution and transmission systems. State electricity policy decision-makers will explore:
• What is a state’s role in maintaining a well-managed, efficient electricity system, now with rapidly changing requirements and many more participants?
• How is value acknowledged and compensated among sellers, operators, and buyers? What risks are shared with customers?
• How can modern cost-benefit analysis, valuation approaches, and cost recovery plans be used to compare and optimize between bulk power system solutions and distribution system solutions?
• What capabilities exist and are needed for potential distribution-system level markets, and TSO & DSO coordination?
Session concepts include:
• Operational considerations for distribution-level markets
• Exploring optimization through benefit-cost analysis
• A future with customer-level markets
• Intersections of regional markets and state policies
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For more information please contact:
Finance & Logistics Manager, Center for Partnerships & Innovation
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
Phone: (202) 898-2448
Fax: (202) 898-2213