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In this Episode
Guests: Nancy Bagot, senior vice president, Electric Power Supply Association; Sharon Royka Theodore, vice president, regulatory affairs, Electric Power Supply Association; Brian George, senior director, policy strategy, Electric Power Supply Association; Bill Zuretti, director, Regulatory Affairs and counsel, Electric Power Supply Association
Host: Todd Snitchler, president and CEO, Electric Power Supply Association
For more than two decades, competitive electricity markets and independent power generators have unlocked savings for consumers, enhanced reliability, improved our environment and unleashed energy innovation. But key questions must be addressed to ensure that these benefits continue to advance the energy transition.
Next week, EPSA will host a day-long summit at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to discuss critical issues facing competitive power today – and what it means for America’s energy future. In this episode, EPSA staff discuss what attendees can expect and dig into the issues a bit.
The day is packed with more than 20 speakers from throughout the competitive power sector and the industries and interests impacted by electric supply and pricing. Panels will cover how competitive power markets and the companies that participate in them impact the reliable delivery of electricity, innovation in power resources, decarbonization, and consumers and the economy.
We’ll also cover how markets can be designed to meet the needs of a changing grid and new and existing priorities.
The day will also feature keynote remarks from Pat Wood, who joined us on last month’s episode.
If you haven’t yet, go to www.epsa.org to register.
Producer, Audio Editor: Christina Nyquist, communications director, Electric Power Supply Association