2010 EEI Transmission and Wholesale Markets School

August, 2-6 2010

Pyle Center, University of Wisconsin Extension
702 Langdon Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706

Course #L495

Course Fee: $2585


Benefits

This course offers many benefits to you, including

  • Understanding the pricing of transmission services in a competitive market
  • Learning how to evaluate transmission expansion alternatives
  • Learning about seams and interregional coordination
  • Hearing case studies from ISOs and RTOs
  • Studying the pricing of reactive power
  • Hearing the case for independent transmission

Topics

  • The Nature of Power Systems
  • Open Access Transmission Tariffs
  • The View from Four ISOs
  • Funding for New Transmission
  • Regional Planning
  • Wholesale Market Reform
  • Integration of Renewables
  • The Role of the Federal Energy Commission

To see the detailed course brochure, click here.

Audience

For energy professionals and utility employees responsible for transmission planning, operations planning, engineering, ratemaking, strategic planning, power marketing, and economics.

Earn PDH, LU, CEU

By participating in this course, you will earn 30 Professional Development Hours (PDH) and 3 Continuing Education Units (CEU). Learn more about PDH, LU, CEU and state licensing boards.

General Information

Fee Covers Notebook and other course materials, break refreshments, lunches and certificate.

Accommodations A block of sleeping rooms has been reserved ($108/single; $118/double, including airport shuttle, pool and exercise room) for course participants at the Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club, One West Dayton Street, Madison, WI. To reserve a room, call 800-356-8293 or 608-257-6000 and indicate that you will be attending this course under group code 66089. Room requests made later than July 11 will be subject to availability.

Course Location This course will be held at Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI. 608-262-1122

 


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