“Making Sense of IMAPP”
Integrating Markets and Public Policy in New England:
How did we get here? What are the proposed solutions? How are consumers represented in these discussions?
A joint meeting with NEWIEE and Connecticut Power and Energy Society
September 13 @ 5:30-7:30PM
Day Pitney LLP
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. How did we get here? How are consumers represented in these discussions? These issues and others will be explored by our panelists.
- Michelle Gardner, Director of Regulatory Affairs – Northeast, NextEra Energy Resources
- Elin Katz, Consumer Counsel, Connecticut Office of Consumer Counsel
Day Pitney LLP, 242 Trumbull Street, Hartford, CT 06103
- 5:30: Registration and networking reception
- 6:15: Welcoming remarks by NEWIEE and CPES board members
- Elizabeth C. Barton, NEWIEE President and Partner, Day Pitney LLC
- Joey Lee Miranda, CPES President and Partner, Robinson+Cole
- 6:30: Panel discussion: Making Sense of IMAPP: Integrating Markets and Public Policy in New England
- 7:30: Conclusion
Registration will be available soon!