Advancing understanding of public policy issues in the utility industry through the Wisconsin Idea
August, 6-10 2012
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§ Federal Siting Coordination, with Lauren Azar, Senior Advisor to the Secretary, DOE
§ State Regulatory Roles in Transmission Planning, with Commissioner Eric Callisto, Wisconsin PSC
§ Market Power & Enforcement, with Larry Gasteiger, Office of Enforcement, FERC
§ Evolution of Markets and the OATT, with Peter Matt, Bruder Gentile Marcoux
§ EPA Compliance from the RTO Perspective, with Clair Moeller, MISO
§ Transmission Planning and Interregional Coordination, with Carl Monroe, SPP
§ And much more.
You’ll also cover Smart Grid, Cyber Security, Utility Financing, and many other subjects critical to understanding the issues facing the utility industry.
For more information and how to register, visit http://www.eei.org/meetings/
his course offers many benefits to you, including
Who Should Attend
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.
Fee Covers Notebook and other course materials, break refreshments, lunches and certificate.
Accommodations A block of sleeping rooms has been reserved ($115/single; $125/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 211702. Room requests made later than July 9 will be subject to availability.
Course Location This course will be held at Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI. 608-262-1122
The activities of the Institute follow the "Wisconsin Idea" of applying the resources of the University to meet the need for information outside of the University's boundary. The Institute achieves its mission through the exchange, creation, integration, transfer and application of knowledge. It provides forums for discussion, dialog, and debate on public policy issues. It engages innovative programming enhanced by creative use of advanced information technologies and effective communication techniques. Furthermore, it fosters research that enriches and complements its information and education programs and services.