US Power Markets: Repercussions and Long-Term Pandemic Impacts
Webinar

Gain a clearer understanding of where the power markets are heading

 
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Thursday,
July 30, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT

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Online

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Early Bird: $199
Standard: $299

S&P Global Platts

What measures are needed to keep power markets moving in a forward direction?

With power markets already in a state of flux even before the coronavirus pandemic reached US shores, how are businesses handling these extraordinary and unprecedented times now?

This panel discussion will feature distinguished speakers with keen insight into short and long-term implications of COVID-19. What might recovery look like? How are states and federal entities tackling the tough issues?

We'll cover each of these talking points, with live audience Q&A to follow. Join us live and ask our speakers the questions that have been on your mind.

Key Topics

  • A New York state of mind—How has the pandemic changed power demand and pricing?
  • Collaboration and coordination—Coming together in a crisis to keep the lights on
  • Regulatory priorities—How are renewable policies shifting in the wake of COVID-19?
  • PJM, MOPR, FRR and more—A look into Fixed Resource Requirement (FRR), Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR) and the PJM market overall
  • A federal bird’s eye view—A forward outlook into federal approaches and key impacts of COVID-19
 
 

The Financing US Power Series

This webinar is part of a series, all related to our annual Financing US Power Conference.

Learn more about the Financing US Power Conference

 

Who you'll hear from

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Gavin Dononue

President, Chief Executive Officer
Independent Power Producers of New York

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Dan Dolan

President
New England Power Generators Association

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Glen Thomas

President
GT Power Group

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Todd Snitchler

President, Chief Executive Officer
Electric Power Supply Association


Agenda

1:00 pm

Opening remarks and introductions

Panel Moderator

1:10 pm

Panel Discussion and Highlights

  • A New York state of mind—How has the pandemic changed power demand and pricing?
  • Collaboration and coordination—Coming together in a crisis to keep the lights on
  • Regulatory priorities—How are renewable policies shifting in the wake of COVID-19?
  • PJM, MOPR, FRR and more—A look into Fixed Resource Requirement (FRR), Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR) and the PJM market overall
  • A federal bird’s eye view—A forward outlook into federal approaches and key impacts of COVID-19

Gavin Donohue, President, Chief Executive Officer,
Independent Power Producers of New York (IPPNY)

Dan Dolan, President,
New England Power Generators Association (NEPGA)

Glen Thomas, President,
GT Power Group

Todd Snitchler, President, Chief Executive Officer,
Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA)

1:50 pm

Panel Q&A

2:15 pm

Live audience Q&A with speakers

2:25 pm

Closing comments

2:30 pm

Close of webinar

Agenda subject to change

 

Pricing

Early Bird Rate
Register by July 16
 
 
Standard Rate
 
Webinar Registration
$199 USD
$299 USD
 

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