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Grid Rule: Former FERC Commissioners and Stakeholders Weigh In

KEYWORDS: FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LIVE NOW

WHEN: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 10:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. ET

WHERE: Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square, Paris Ballroom, 806 15th Street NW, Washington, DC, 20005

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Join former commissioners from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and stakeholders as we unpack the proposed grid reliability and resiliency pricing rule under consideration at FERC. This proposal, drafted by the Department of Energy, calls for an expedited rulemaking to support generators that provide specific reliability and resiliency services – particularly some coal and nuclear plants.

Panelists discussed what the Trump administration has proposed and how FERC might respond.

 


Panel I:

Nora Mead Brownell
Former Commissioner, FERC

James J. Hoecker
Former Chair, FERC

Elizabeth Anne (Betsy) Moler
Former Chair, FERC

Pat Wood III
Former Chair, FERC

Moderated by:

Colette D. Honorable
Senior Fellow, BPC; Partner, Reed Smith LLP; Former Commissioner, FERC
@CHonorableEsq

Panel II:

Kathleen Barrón
Senior Vice President, Competitive Market Policy, Exelon Corporation
@Kathleen_Barron

Sean Cunningham
Executive Director, Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis, US Department of Energy

Martin J. Durbin
Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, American Petroleum Institute

John Moore
Director of the Sustainable FERC Project, Natural Resources Defense Council

William L. Murray
Vice President, State and Electric Public Policy, Dominion Energy

Rich Powell
Executive Director, ClearPath Foundation
@powellrich

Paul N. Stockton
Managing Director, Sonecon, LLC
@paulnstockton

Moderated by:

Jason Grumet
President, Bipartisan Policy Center
@JasonGrumet