Saturday, March 23, 2019

Conference Coverage

Overheard at CERAWeek by IHS Markit 2019

The 38th annual CERAWeek by IHS Markit in Houston brought together a record 4,300 global energy movers and shakers, including 35 ministers and other government officials, from more than 70 countries. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at Transmission Summit East 2019

Transmission developers, planners and regulators gathered on the top floor of the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, Va., overlooking D.C. from across the Potomac River, for Infocast’s annual Transmission Summit East. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at Infocast ERCOT Market Summit

Infocast’s annual ERCOT Market Summit attracted more than 150 policymakers with utility, solar, wind and other energy executives to explore potential solutions and opportunities in Texas. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at GCPA MISO South Regional Conference

MISO CEO John Bear opened GCPA’s MISO South Regional Conference with a recap of the RTO’s strategic initiatives and the five “500-year” storms he said the region has experienced in less than four years. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at the Smart Energy Summit

Parks Associates’ annual Smart Energy Summit attracted more than 100 industry representatives to Austin, Texas, to participate in workshops and panel discussions on new roles for utilities. | © RTO Insider

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Overheard at the NARUC Winter Policy Summit

More than 1,000 policymakers and industry officials gathered in D.C. for the NARUC Winter Policy Summit, where they heard discussions on the future of coal and nuclear power, among many other topics. | © RTO Insider

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RTOs Facing Modeling Challenges on Energy Storage

Declining costs and new market rules are opening opportunities for energy storage, but the technology’s operating characteristics are proving challenging to RTOs, speakers told the ESA Policy Summit. | © RTO Insider

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Glick Shines Light on FERC Dispute over GHG

FERC Commissioner Richard Glick on Tuesday provided some insight into the “vigorous debate” over natural gas pipeline approvals that has divided the commission along party lines. | © RTO Insider

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Mass. Looks to Double Down on OSW, Clean Goals

Massachusetts is seeking to broaden its already ambitious goals for procuring clean energy and reducing emissions, Department of Energy Resources officials told the Environmental Business Council of New England. | © RTO Insider

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