Rockville, MD (PRWEB) July 23, 2011
Restructuring Today presents "Demand Response Compensation: What FERC's New Rule Means to the Future of Wholesale Energy Markets " webinar with Peter Langbein from PJM Interconnection, Robert Laurita of ISO New England, Michael Robinson from the Midwest ISO, Ken Schisler of EnerNOC, John Shelk from the Electric Power Supply Association, and James Downing of Restructuring Today …
In March, FERC proposed a new rule on demand response compensation, Order 745, which requires organized wholesale energy markets to compensate demand response resources at the locational marginal price whenever lower prices are not charged to other consumers. It is one of the biggest changes that FERC has ever made to the ISO market.
ISOs will be responsible for implementing the new energy market compensation system and are making recommendations on the best methods to accomplish this task. Wholesale market operators must make compliance filings soon providing estimates on how customers will benefit and when it will be cost effective to pay the market price to demand response resources.
So what does the future hold for demand response in energy markets? How will this important rule be implemented? And where is the process headed in both the short and long term?
Get answers to these questions and more on Restructuring Today’s latest webinar "Demand Response Compensation: What FERC's New Rule Means to the Future of Wholesale Energy Markets" on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 or on the multi-media recording that will be available after the event. For details, please visit http://www.restructuringtoday.com/demand-response-pr
Listen as this panel of industry experts examines what impact the rule will have on the market going forward:
- Peter Langbein, manager of demand response operations, PJM Interconnection
- Robert Laurita, manager of market design, ISO New England
- Michael Robinson, manager of market design, Midwest ISO
- Ken Schisler, VP of regulatory affairs, EnerNOC
- John Shelk, president and CEO, EPSA
- James Downing (Moderator), Editor, Restructuring Today
Here are some of the questions we plan to cover during this in-depth, 90-minute webinar:
- What will ISOs need to do to meet FERC's new requirements?
- How much will FERC's order grow the demand response market?
- Can compensation really be put into dispatch algorithms as FERC requested and if so, what will that entail?
- Will non-emergency demand response spread to regions without capacity markets?
- What is the latest information on the underlying debate about compensation?
- How will implementation of the new rule vary by region?
Details about Restructuring Today's “Demand Response Compensation: What FERC's New Rule Means to the Future of Wholesale Energy Markets” webinar is available at http://www.restructuringtoday.com/demand-response-pr
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