Earlier this fall, we explored next-generation approaches to competitive utility procurement in a webinar based on recent work by RAP and RMI — laying out recommendations for processes that consider all available resources, are aligned with policy objectives, and result in “least-regrets” outcomes. Join us for a follow-up roundtable session moderated by Lauren Shwisberg of RMI and Carl Linvill of RAP, in which we’ll hear more about this fast-changing landscape from a panel of practitioners:

  • Jim Baak, distributed energy resources manager, MCE
  • Kristin Munsch, director for regulatory and customer strategy, National Grid
  • Pat O’Connell, senior clean energy policy analyst, Western Resource Advocates (formerly of the Public Service Company of New Mexico)

Our panelists offer varying perspectives, working with the contexts of a vertically integrated utility, a restructured distribution utility and a community choice aggregator. We’ll discuss what demand- and supply-side resource portfolio procurement looks like for each of them, challenges and opportunities, and what regulators can do to accelerate progress.

This webinar may be eligible for CLE credit. To find out more or if you have other questions, please contact Donna Brutkoski at [email protected]

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