The Future of Dynamic Pricing, Price Responsive Demand & Demand Response and Improving Price Formation in Wholesale Energy Markets?
- Betty Ann KaneChairmanWashington D.C. Public Service Commission
- Greg PoulosExecutive DirectorConsumer Advocates of the PJM States
- Paul CentolellaPrincipalCentolella & Associates
- Matthew McCaffreeSenior Director of Regulatory & Government AffairsITRON
- Peter LangbeinManager of Demand Side OperationsPJM
- Bill HoganProfessorHarvard Kennedy School of Government
- Harry SinghVP US Power Trading GroupGoldman Sachs
- Catherine TylerSenior EconomistMonitoring Analytics
- Adam KeechExecutive Director Market OperationsPJM
Energy Policy Roundtable in the PJM Footprint #7
Presented by Raab Associates
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Roundtable 1:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Networking reception 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
Panel 1: The Future of Dynamic Pricing, Price Responsive Demand, & Demand Response
With many states in the PJM footprint already implementing advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) for all retail customers, opportunities for dynamic pricing at retail and participation in price responsive demand (PRD) and demand response (DR) at wholesale are growing., A PRD problem statement was recently approved by the PJM stakeholders and PJM is expected to publish a thought-piece on DR in advance of this Roundtable. Panelists include
- Washington D.C. Public Service Commission Chairman Betty Ann Kane
- Greg Poulos, the new Executive Director of the Consumer Advocates of the PJM States
- Paul Centolella, Principal at Centolella & Associates
- Matthew McCaffrey, a Senior Director of Regulatory & Government Affairs at ITRON
- Peter Langbein, Manager of Demand Side Operations at PJM
Panel 2: Improving Price Formation in Wholesale Energy Markets?
This panel is timely given PJM's thought piece, "Energy Price Formation and Valuing Flexibility," FERC's NOPR on incorporating fast-start resources into energy and ancillary services pricing, and other developments. This panel will cover a range of related topics, including scarcity pricing, uplift charges, and how best to value important attributes that are currently undervalued or not valued at all (e.g., flexibility from quick start/ramping resources). Panelists include:
- Professor Bill Hogan, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
- Harry Singh, Vice President US Power Trading Group, Goldman Sachs
- Catherine Tyler, Senior Economist, Monitoring Analytics
- Adam Keech, Executive Director Market Operations, PJM
Registration is required***. Rates are $100 for general registration and $50 for employees of Sponsoring Organizations, government or non-profit employees, students, retirees, & low-income individuals.
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