Regional Energy Policy Roundtable in the PJM Footprint


ThursdayDecember 1, 20168:00 AM - 12:30 PM Other | Paid Event Register Here
Kleinman Center for Energy Policy
220 S. 34th St. Fisher Fine Arts Library, 4th Floor
19104 Philadelphia , PA
United States
Pennsylvania US
Contact Information
  • Joel Gordon
  • Stu Bresler
    SVP, Operations and Markets
  • Robb Pike
    Director Market Design & Product Management
    NY ISO
  • Paul McGlynn
    Sr. Director System Planning
  • Sharon Segner
    LS Power Development
  • Chip Richardson
    Mgr. Transmission & Regulatory Affairs
  • Robert Weishaar
    Chair Energy & Environmental Law Group

Integrating Public Policy Resources Into Markets (in 3 RTOs)
Future of Competitive Transmission in the PJM Footprint

Presented by Raab Associates 

Thursday, December 1, 2016
Networking breakfast 8:00 - 9:00 AM
Roundtable 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM 

The first panel, Integrating Public Policy Resources Into Markets (in Three RTOs) examines the important and complex issue of how to better integrate into wholesale markets the generating resources that are "subsidized" by ratepayers or taxpayers in the pursuit of public policy objectives. Speakers include:

  • Joel Gordon, President of NEPOOL
  • Stu Bresler, Senior Vice President of Operations and Markets at PJM
  • Robb Pike, Director of Market Design & Product Management, at the New York ISO 

The roundtable's second panel will explore the future of competitive transmission in the PJM footprint. Speakers of the second panel include:

  • Paul McGlynn, Senior Director, System Planning, PJM 
  • Sharon Segner, VP, LS Power Development 
  • Chip Richardson, Manager, Transmission & Regulatory Affairs, PPL 
  • Robert Weishaar, Chair Energy & Environmental Law Group, MWN, LLC

Registration is required***.  Rates are $90 for general registration and $45 for employees of our Sponsoring Organizations, government or non-profit employees, students, retirees, & low-income individuals. 

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***The Kleinman Center has a limited number of seats reserved for Penn colleagues and students. If you are a member of the Penn community and interested in attending, please contact Bill Cohen: