The Great Plains Institute and Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions hosted an expert workshop in Washington, D.C. for state officials and stakeholders exploring recent energy and environmental policy developments in the PJM region and the potential challenges in 2019. You can view the full event video below.
The keynote address was delivered by Federal Energy Regulatory Commissioner Richard Glick. Other speakers and panelists included:
- Norman C. Bay, Partner, Willkie Farr & former FERC Chairman
- Dr. Joe Bowring, President, Monitoring Analytics (Independent PJM Market Monitor)
- Stu Bresler, Senior Vice President for Markets & Operations, PJM
- Megan Ceronsky, Executive Director, Center for Applied Environmental Law & Policy
- Mary-Anna Holden, Commissioner, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities
- Talina Mathews, Commissioner, Kentucky Public Service Commission
- Brien Sheahan, Chair, Illinois Commerce Commission
- Alison Silverstein, Independent Consultant
- Scott Weaver, Director of Air Quality Services, American Electric Power
- M. Beth Trombold, Commissioner, Ohio Public Utilities Commission
The workshop featured presentations on Department of Energy and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission reliability efforts and PJM market issues in 2019. The panel discussions focused on state perspectives on PJM market rules and state authority over resource adequacy decisions and reactions to the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule.