Michigan Energy Providers Conference

MICHIGAN ENERGY PROVIDERS CONFERENCE About The Program When:                             July 26-28, 2017 Where:                           Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, MI Registration:                Online or PDF form (email or fax) Accommodations:      Hotel reservations must be made separately through the Grand Hotel. Discount reservation block limited to availability. Click link for reservations: http://bit.ly/MEPCGH2017.   The Michigan Energy Providers Conference is a forum to educate individuals regarding energy issues, enable partnerships within the industry, and facilitate communication regarding energy policy in Michigan. IPU provides administrative support for the program. If you have a question about program content or accommodations please contact Suzy Westmoreland at MEGA at 517-484-7730 or sjwestmoreland@gomega.org. If you need support with registering or processing payment for the program, please contact IPU at 517-355-1876 or ipu@msu.edu. The MEPC will include: Educational speakers Networking opportunities Social activities for the Family And much, much more 2017 Emerging Energy Topics ...
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IPU Onsite

Customized Regulatory Seminars, Tutorials, and Strategic Planning. IPUOnsite offers customized regulatory seminars, tutorials, and strategic planning available onsite at your location. We currently offer the following onsite programs... Basics of Utility Regulation and Ratemaking Instructor: Janice Beecher Topics covered: Introduction to economic regulation and ratemaking, Cost knowledge and accounting basics, Introduction to cost allocation and rate design, and Regulatory evolution and adaptation. Click here for more information   Electricity Economics Instructor: Ken Rose Topics covered: Electricity industry structure and regulation, demand-side issues, issues in electricity pricing and smart grid economics and evaluation. Click here for more information   Cost Allocation and Rate Design Instructor: Carl Peterson Topics covered: Cost-allocation methods, cost-allocation issues, cost-allocation exercise, and a rate-design roundtable. Click here for more information   Federal Energy Law Instructor: Harvey Reiter Topics covered: Overview of FERC responsibilities, statutory exemptions from FERC regulation, jurisdictional overlaps and intersections, FERC ratemaking responsibilities, transmission siting and cost-allocation, and FERC enforcement: market manipulation and penalities. Click here for more information   Introduction to the Power Grid Instructor: Joydeep Mitra Topics covered: Grid interconnection, loop flows, balancing authorities, and operation,...
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