Association Webinars: Climate and Power System Reliability in the Aftermath of the Texas (ERCOT) Blackouts



  

 

Climate changes and policies are stressing the power grid while increasing its role in electrification of transportation, heating, and industrial processes. The recent catastrophic blackout in Texas (ERCOT) has underscored the importance of power system reliability and raises questions regarding markets, grid weatherization, renewable energy sources, among others. In this webinar, four speakers discuss these issues and their long-term economic and policy implications for the power sector.

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Speakers:

Frank A. Felder, Ph.D., Program Director, Energy Transitions and Electric Power, KAPSARC
Types and Causes of Power Outages and their Implications for Markets and Regulation

Rolando Fuentes, Ph.D., Research Professor of Economics and Finance, EGADE Business School
In Defense of Energy Only Markets

Marie Petitet, Ph.D., Senior Associate, KAPSARC
Market Designs with Adequation and Renewable Objectives: Insights on Interactions between Capacity Market, Carbon Pricing and Renewable Portfolio Standard

Burcin Unel, Ph.D., Energy Policy Director, Institute for Policy Integrity, New York University School of Law
Market and Regulatory Policy Design in the Face of Climate Change


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Event Date: August 9, 2021

Event Time: 10:00 - 11:00 AM Eastern Time

Topic: Climate and Power System Reliability in the Aftermath of the Texas (ERCOT) Blackouts

Speakers: Frank A. Felder, Rolando Fuentes, Marie Petitet, and Burcin Unel

Price: FREE


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