2012 NASUCA Mid-Year Meeting
Doubletree Guest Suites Historic Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina
June 24th – 26th
2012-03 Supporting the Adoption of Federal Universal Service Support Contribution Mechanisms that ensure all Carriers and Services that Benefit from High Cost USF Contribute to their program’s Funding Base.
2012-04 Urging the Adoption of State Laws & Regulations Regulating Competitive Energy Supply Markets, including Measures Designed to Promote Honesty & Clarity in Marketing & to give Consumers a Reasonable Ability to Select a Competing Provider
2012-05 Urging the EPA to Establish Compliance Timeframes that Provide Sufficient Time for Utilities and State Commissions to Consider Appropriate Responses so as to Avoid Rate Shock to Electric Utility Customers
2012-06 Expressing Appreciation for the Work of the Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation of the US Senate Regarding the Cramming of Unauthorized Charges onto Consumer Phone Bills & Supporting S. 3291 the “fair Telephone Billing Act of 2012”
Order 1000 & Beyond -Implications of Electric Transmission Expansion for Consumer Advocates
American Electric Power
Mario Hurtado – Clean Line Energy Partners
Issues and Ramifications Arising From the FCC’s Connect America Fund Order Affecting High Cost Universal Service and Intercarrier Compensation
Bob Loube – Rolka, Loube, Saltzer Associates
The Price & Practicalities of a Cleaner Generation Fleet-Real World Impacts of the EPA’s New Coal Regulations
Joseph Goffman – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Jim Lazar – Regulatory Assistance Project
Bruce Biewald – Synapse Energy Economics, inc.
Gary Helm – PJM Interconnection
Privacy of Home Energy Usage Data: Protecting Consumers and Giving them the Tools with which to Protect Themselves
Aryeh Fishman – Edison Electric Institute
Brent Struthers – Neustar
Jim Williams – Ohio Office of Consumer Counsel
Ricky Gratz – Maryland Office of People’s Counsel
Below are Links to the RAP Publications that were distributed at the meeting.
RAP has a host of other publications as well, so I would recommend that NASUCANS visit our webpage, www.Raponline.org for a list of other publications.