2019 NASUCA Mid Year Meeting

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The 2019 NASUCA Mid Year Meeting is being held at the Benson Hotel in Portland, Oregon, June 19-22nd.

Final Meeting Agenda

Attendee List

Passed Resolutions:
2019-01 NASUCA Emergency Disaster Resolution

2019-02  NASUCA Resolution- Lifeline Support for Voice Service and to Study Lifeline Minimum Services

2019-03 NASUCA Resolution- Net Neutrality Legislation

2019-04 NASUCA  Resolution- Urging FCC to refrain from adopting a Cap on the USF

Meeting Presentations

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Evaluating and Shaping the Impacts of EVs on Customers
Melissa Whited

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with electric Transporation
Sergio Lopez

Three Revolutions and the Future
Dr. Daniel Sperling

Thursday, June 20, 2019

The Ever-Mounting Upward Pressures on Utility Bills and the Ever-Increasing Affordability Challenge: What Can Be Done?
Mary Grant
John Howat

Water Panel-Fair Value Acquisitions Are Here -Now What?
Ashley Everette
Margaret Stull
Dan Kermode

Current and Future Trends in Gas Markets and Regulation
Jeffery Stein
David Dismukes

Vignettes:

EPRI’s advance building research program, understanding how buildings act as a point of integration to scale emerging customer technologies.
Ben Clarin

RTO Governance Principles-The Electric Consumer Coordinating Council
Tom Hassenboehler


Friday, June 21, 2019


DOE/LBNL Technical Training

Session 1: Impact of rate design on the customer economics of behind the meter storage
Naim Darghouth

Session 2: Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings and Time-Sensitive Value of Efficiency for Electricity Planning and Programs
Lisa Schwartz
Natalie Mims Frick

The New Oregon Trail- Decarbonize the Electric Grid
Susan Stratton

Going All the Way With Renewables- How Will It Work?
Tom Darin
Anne Hoskins

Retail Supplier Abuses and High Prices for Consumers: Does Retail Choice Make Sense?
Susan Baldwin
Barbara Alexander

Vignettes:

Enhancing customer value through IRPs & system planning: the increasing role of storage and renewables
Edward Burgess

What can we learn about customer profiles using mete data
Jeff Zethmayr

FERC Update-Transmission Incentives, ROE, NGA
Jason Gray

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