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Omni Parker House 60 School Street Boston , Massachusetts 02108
Tel: (800) 843-6664
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Infocast's Northeast Energy Summit 2014

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Overview

New Regulatory Changes and Resource Adequacy Concerns will Affect Market Dynamics and Opportunities for Investment in New Assets

  • Get analyses of the Polar Vortex and extreme weather impacts on gas and power markets
  • Understand how market reform will affect new generation builds, adding gas infrastructure and the financeability of projects
  • Explore how next-generation demand response resources and microgrids will affect Northeast markets
  • Assess the impacts of ISO market rule and capacity market reforms on existing assets
  • Transmission expansion – plans and projects to address market and reliability issues

Keynote Speaker:

  • Rudolph Wynter, President, FERC Regulated Business, NATIONAL GRID

Featured Speakers:

  • Ann G. Berwick, Chair, Department of Public Utilities, COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
  • Vicky Bailey, Former Commissioner, U.S. FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
  • Garry A. Brown, Commissioner, NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
  • Michael Caron, Utility Commissioner, CONNECTICUT PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY

 

Infocast’s Northeast Energy Summit 2014 will examine how the extreme weather from the polar vortex impacted gas and power markets, and how the lessons learned are driving changes to market rules and regional policies. It will bring policy-makers together with utility, IPP, gas supply and DR executives to explore the opportunities to solve resource adequacy problems. They will assess how changing gas flows and supplies from the Marcellus will impact Northeastern energy market, the impacts of centralized capacity market changes on project economics and market operations, as well as whether the contemplated market changes will trigger the massive build out needed. These key stakeholders will examine how DR, microgrids and other potential game-changers will affect the demand side of the market, and whether additional transmission assets and inter-market trading will provide relief. Finally, financiers will provide their perspectives on financeability of projects in the Northeast market.

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