“Building Relationships Between Regulators and Legislators” Policy Academy: Meeting Archive

Twenty-Three regulators and legislators from around the country attended the CSG “Building Relationships Between Regulators and Legislators” Policy Academy on September 13-15 in Washington DC. The policy academy provided a forum for state regulators and legislators to engage and collaborate with each other on energy resource planning. In addition to participating in breakout discussions, attendees heard from representatives of the electric utility industry, industry associations, academics, think tank researchers, and others about how states are advancing the energy system of the future and what more needs to be done. This page provides a summary and an archive of resources from the academy.

 Agenda_Building Relationships Between Regulators and Legislators.pdf

Session Summaries.pdf

Speaker Presentations

Session: "PURPA: State Role and Flexibility in Implementation"

Session: "Strategies for Cost-Effective DIstributed Energy Resources"

Session: "Energy Infrastructure Investment: Motivating Private and Public Investments"

Session: "Utility of the Future: Shifts in Consumer Attitudes and Perspectives"

Session: "Energy Storage: State Policies and Programs to Support Energy Storage Development"

 

CSG thanks ITC Holdings, the Edison Electric Institute, the American Gas Association, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, and the Nuclear Energy Institute for their support of the policy academy.

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