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November142013
Webinar (video)

Further Preparing for EPA Regulations (Webinar)

Traditionally, regulatory goals included ensuring electric system reliability, promoting resource adequacy, and delivering lower energy bills for ratepayers. Now, utility regulatory commissions and energy planning bodies need to work with environmental regulators and utilities to achieve affordable environmental compliance and meet these traditional goals at the same time. By engaging with utilities and environmental regulators on…

November62013
Conference

Demand Response: Meeting Europe’s Decarbonization Objectives for 2030

Demand Response: Meeting Europe’s Decarbonization Objectives for 2030, a symposium co-organized by the Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC) and RAP, was a resounding success! More than 100 participants from the European Commission, ENTSO-E, Member State representations, and industry stakeholders gained new insights into the role of demand response in meeting the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) and…

October92013
Webinar (video)

A Layer Cake of Benefits: Recognizing the Full Value of Energy Efficiency (Webinar)

Energy efficiency is recognized as a low-cost, reliable resource, yet investments in efficiency programs lag far behind the level needed to capture all cost-effective efficiency resources. Energy efficiency is often undervalued, in large part because many of the benefits it generates can be difficult to analyze and quantify. State utility commissions can support increased efficiency investments…

Workshop

Centralized Capacity Markets in Regional Transmission Organizations and Independent System Operators

Mike Hogan, RAP senior advisor, discussed the role of centralized capacity markets as a resource adequacy mechanism at a US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission technical workshop on Centralized Capacity Markets in Regional Transmission (RTO) and Independent System and Operators (ISO) (Docket No. AD13-7-000). Drawing on RAP’s beyond capacity markets concept and the paper What Lies Beyond Capacity…