Elizabeth Barton and Flossie Davis will be featured speakers at a program, Making Sense of Integrating Markets and Public Policy in New England, being hosted from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Wednesday, September 13 at Day Pitney's Hartford office.
The Connecticut Power and Energy Society (CPES) and New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) will hold a joint meeting to discuss this important topic.
Since last August, market participants, policymakers, and other stakeholders have been discussing potential market rule changes to integrate the region's wholesale electricity markets with the public policy goals of the New England states. Through that process, ISO New England has offered a conceptual approach to accommodate state policies in the near term, involving enhancements to the Forward Capacity Market. The region's stakeholders are exploring several other concepts as well, including longer-term solutions aimed at achieving the states' public policy goals, not simply accommodating them.
As this panel discussion will explore, how did we get here? How are consumers represented in these discussions? Barton, the current President and a member of the Board of Directors of NEWIEE, will be introducing the program and Davis will be moderating. For more information and registration, please visit "Making Sense of IMAPP."