Webinar: What Does it (Really) Take to Modernize the Grid?

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In this webinar we explore the grid modernization and utility regulation proceedings in public utility commissions across the country that are sending signals to advanced energy markets - and to Wall Street. How will the grid of the future improve reliability, lower costs, offer customers more choices and control, and encourage more clean energy sources? This webinar addresses organizing principles for the grid of the future as well as practical issues such as the role of competitive vs. regulated markets, rate design and customer engagement.

Moderator: Lisa Frantzis, SVP, Strategy, AEE

Panelists:

  • Audrey Zibelman, Chair, New York Public Service Commission
  • James Tong, VP, Strategy and Government Affairs, Spruce Finance
  • Michael Ferguson, Associate Director, Utilities & Infrastructure Group, Standard & Poor's
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In this webinar we explore the grid modernization and utility regulation proceedings in public utility commissions across the country that are sending signals to advanced energy markets - and to Wall Street. How will the grid of the future improve reliability, lower costs, offer customers more choices and control, and encourage more clean energy sources? This webinar addresses organizing principles for the grid of the future as well as practical issues such as the role of competitive vs. regulated markets, rate design and customer engagement.

Moderator: Lisa Frantzis, SVP, Strategy, AEE

Panelists:

  • Audrey Zibelman, Chair, New York Public Service Commission
  • James Tong, VP, Strategy and Government Affairs, Spruce Finance
  • Michael Ferguson, Associate Director, Utilities & Infrastructure Group, Standard & Poor's
Please fill out the form to view the archived webinar >