- Hear leading utilities/IPPs discuss their supply and demand side and near-term and long-term planning strategy to prepare for compliance to meet interim targets
- Examine how the implications of this measure will affect power prices, system reliability, natural gas markets, new and existing infrastructure and transmission capacity
- Evaluate the impacts of the EPA’s building blocks on energy markets and operations
- Explore the opportunities that exist for clean energy providers and investments in zero-and low-emitting power sources: energy storage, renewable energy and distributed generation
Join state policy-makers and regulators, ISO/RTOs, utilities/munis, IPPs, EPCs and environmental engineering firms, technology providers and equipment vendors, legal experts and environmental consultants to discuss the proposed 111(d) rule and its direct impacts on power prices, system reliability, natural gas markets and infrastructure.
Key stakeholders will examine the cost and price impacts of the rule and impacts of the EPA’s building blocks on energy markets and operations and the legal ramifications surrounding this game-changing rule.
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