2018 NASUCA Mid Year Meeting

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The 2018 NASUCA Mid Year Meeting is being held at the Marquette Hotel in Minneapolis. The meeting will take place in the on the 50th Floor of the IDS Center directly connected to the Marquette Hotel.

*The Marquette Hotel block is now sold out. We recommend the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Northstar Downtown. This hotel is very close to the Marquette and offers good rates. You may check travel sites to find the lowest price.

Final Agenda

Meeting Attendee List

Speaker Bios and Headshots

Meeting Photo Album-Feel free to download and edit any pictures

Sheri Givens Photos from the Meeting

Passed Resolutions
2018-02 Protection for Ratepayers as EV Adpotion Rates Increase
2018-03 Protections from Shutoff for Customers with Serious Illnesses

Meeting Presentations

Sunday, June 24th

PUC Distribution Planning Practices
Lisa Schwartz

Forecasting Load on the Distribution System with Distributed Energy Resources
Andrew Mills

Walk-through of Long-Term Distribution System Plans: Part 1-Traditional Plans
Lavelle Freeman

DER Rate Design and NEM National Update
Carl Linvill
Amy Heart
Monica Martinez

Ratemaking Mechanisms, Trackers and New Legislation
Edward Kaufman
Richard Sobolewski
Maureen Westbrook

Methodologies for Calculating an Appropriate Customer Charge
Mark LeBel
John Howat
Ron Nelson

What Advocates Need to Know About Municipal Broadband
Christopher Mitchell
Bill Levis

Application for the National Standard Practice Manual
Tim Woolf

Blockchain 101
Scott Kessler

Managing the Risk: Supporting the Reliability of Natural Gas Electricity
Thomas Coleman
Michael Bryson
Jordan Bakke

Updates on Energy Storage
Marissa Gillett
Susan Mora-Schrader

Year of the Woman? The Women of NASUCA debate the Issues
Michele Beck
Kristin Munsch
Elin Katz
Sandra Mattavous-Frye

It’s a Matter of Time: Analyzing the Effects of Dynamic Rate Designs on Low-Income and Senior Electricity Consumers
David Kolata
Jeff Zethmayr

Performance Metrics in Performance Based Rates
Joe Dammel

Brochure on Consumer Rights
Richard Berkley

Offshore Wind
Hannah Hunt

Navigating “Grid Mod” Investments: Tools in the Toolbox and Why They Matter
Sara Baldwin Auck

Tuesday, June 26th

DOE/LBNL Technical Training:
Emerging distribution planning analyses: Multiple scenario forecasts, hosting capacity analysis, locational net benefits analysis
Sunder Venkataraman

Walk through of long-term distribution system plans: Part 2 Grid modernization plans and plans for high levels of distributed energy resources.
Sunder Venkataraman
Part 1
Part 2

The Energy Needs of Low Income Americans with Serious Medical Conditions: Solutions from Utilities, Health Care and Government
Charles Harak
Scott Brockett
Gabriela Sandoval Ph.D.
TURN report on shutoffs in California “Living Without Power”

A Smart City Dialogue
Dr. Massoud Amin

From the C-Suite Perspectives on Generation Markets from across the RTOs
Frank Prager

Electrification: Possibilities and Impacts, a Review of Recent Studies from EPRI and AGA
Deana Dennis
Chris McGill

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Jay Kumar
Tiffany Murray

CCIF 2018 Update
Katrina McMurrian

Puerto Rico Update
John Coffman

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