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Power Market Updates

Contains material from Oct 2019

Power Market Updates
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Session 1: The Electric Industry: What’s Next? As the electric industry shifts toward a future with more renewable energy, distributed generation will play a key role in building a more resilient grid and meeting demands from the ever changing market.

Session 2: ERCOT Power Market Update Review ERCOT market outcomes for Summer 2019 with preliminary thoughts about the need for market changes.

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1. The Electric Industry: What’s Next? (Oct 2019)

Timothy Wang

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Session 1 —30 mins
The Electric Industry: What’s Next? (Oct 2019)

As the electric industry shifts toward a future with more renewable energy, distributed generation will play a key role in building a more resilient grid and meeting demands from the ever changing market.

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Gas and Power Institute

Timothy Wang, Filsinger Energy Partners - Denver, CO

2. ERCOT Power Market Update  (Oct 2019)

Beth Garza

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Session 2 —32 mins
ERCOT Power Market Update  (Oct 2019)

Review ERCOT market outcomes for Summer 2019 with preliminary thoughts about the need for market changes.

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Gas and Power Institute

Beth Garza, Potomac Economics - Austin, TX

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