REGIONAL TRANSMISSION ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS 2023: Background, Purpose, Future

April 24, 25 & 26, 2023
Hybrid Program

 


COURSE SYNOPSIS

This annual course provides a comprehensive overview of regional transmission organizations in North America.
Attendees will develop a solid understanding of how and why RTOs were created, what their many functions are today, how transmission planning is conducted, how resource adequacy is managed, how the system maintains operational reliability, how financial markets operate. The course will end with a discussion of current issues facing RTOs today and tomorrow.

Registration information will be available after 01.01.2023.

AGENDA

1.6 CEUs available for In-Person Attendance and for the Full Series Online.
See Individual Days below for each Day’s CEUs.

All times are Central.
Will include both in-person and remote speakers and panelists.


Day 1, Monday 04.24.2023
CEUs will be available.

Background, History, Overview
RTO Functions
Coordination among RTOs
Stakeholders
Regulatory Oversight
Jurisdictional Overlap
Transmission Planning

Evening Welcome Reception


Day 2, Tuesday 04.25.2023
CEUs will be available.

Markets
Role of the Market Monitor
Resource Adequacy


Day 3, Wednesday 04.26.2023
CEUs will be available.

Current Issues Panel
Looking Forward Panel
Wrap-up

regional transmission organization map courtesy FERC

UPCOMING 2023 PROGRAMS

Spotlight on WPUI Member Events -See page for a list of completed Member Events.
October 9-13
Energy Utility Basics – Hybrid Program

COMPLETED 2023 PROGRAMS

WPUI REGISTRATION, CANCELLATION, and REFUND POLICY
for the April 2023 Regional Transmission Organization Fundamentals Program

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