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February2317
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From programmes to markets – how to leverage market forces for energy efficiency

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. The International Energy Agency (IEA) and RAP are conducting an in-depth analysis for the G7 on the design of market-based instruments for the delivery of energy efficiency. The study examines market mechanisms and economic instruments, such as auctions and tendering programmes, utility obligations, and white certificates,...

February117
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Capacity Markets 101: Understanding Options for Alberta (Webinar)

  Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. During this informational webinar hosted by the Pembina Institute, RAP’s Michael Hogan explores what capacity markets are, key design principles, and lessons learned from other jurisdictions. Sara Hastings-Simon, associate regional director, Alberta at the Pembina Institute moderates the session, including a Q&A.

January1717
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Harness the Momentum of Power Sector Transformation: Opportunities for 2017 (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. As we head into 2017, the U.S. power sector continues its steady, technology-driven transformation. There is intense action in the states. Utility commissions, policymakers, and the private sector have unprecedented opportunities to add value while resetting the balance between regulation and markets to reflect the increasing...

November316
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Time-of-Use Rates: Methods, Experience, Results

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. In a webinar for the Utah Public Service Commission, Jim Lazar, John Shenot, and Richard Sedano explore the intricacies of time-of-use rates. The speakers delve into considerations for policymakers contemplating time-of-use rates, different forms of time-of-use rates and alternatives (with and without advanced metering infrastructure), methods...

November316
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More is Less: Environmentally Beneficial Electrification (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. Aggressive electrification of energy end uses—such as space heating, water heating, and transportation—will be essential if the U.S. and the world are to meet greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals. Electrification of energy end uses displaces the burning of fossil fuels, such as natural gas, gasoline, diesel, propane, and...

October2516
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Hitting the Mark on Missing Money: How to Ensure Reliability at Least Cost to Consumers (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. Energy markets are often said to suffer from a “missing money” problem. While the analysis behind these claims is often muddled, there can be legitimate concerns about whether energy markets are adequately remunerating needed investment. In assessing proposals to address these concerns, regulators and policymakers must...

September2216
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The Value of Solar: Assessing the Benefits, the Costs, and What it May Mean for Net Energy Metering (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, installations of solar photovoltaics (PV) have grown from 1.2 GW in 2008 to an estimated 30 GW today, generating enough electricity to power the equivalent of 5.7 million homes. This dramatic increase is raising questions—and some controversy—about the value...

September2116
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Energy Efficiency Obligations – A Toolkit for Success (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. Energy Efficiency Obligations (EEOs) are a strong driver of energy savings in Europe and around the world. Many EU Member States have chosen EEOs as an important policy to support compliance with Article 7 of the Energy Efficiency Directive. In this webinar hosted by Leonardo Energy...

August2516
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Leveraging Power Markets to Achieve a Reliable, Least-Cost Transition to a Low-Carbon Power System (Webinar)

Please accept all cookies below to watch this video. Reliability stands as one of the three pillars governing electric sector policymaking, along with environmental sustainability and affordability. As we pursue the necessary transition to a low-carbon power system, we must also maintain an acceptable standard of reliability at the lowest reasonable cost. This transition is...