2014 Mid-Year Meeting

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SWFIMG_130914_20322175_NFL14Registration is now open for 2014 NASUCA Mid-Year Meeting being held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1-3rd.  The meeting is being held at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa , in the heart of Santa Fe.

We have reserved a block of rooms for $195 per night, to make reservations please follow this link https://bookings.ihotelier.com/bookings.jsp?groupID=1108415&hotelID=3601 and you will be taken directly to our reservation block. Hotel Registration closes MAY 1st. We do recommend that you fly into the Albuquerque Airport and then take a shuttle to the Hotel. *More Transportation information is posted below.

 


Meeting Agenda

Passed Resolution:

2014-01  Urging the Adoption of State Laws and Regulations to Provide Better Consumer Protections for Retail Energy Customers Who Are Being Solicited, or Have Entered into Agreements, for Variable Rate Contracts with Competitive Energy Suppliers

Meeting Presentations

Monday, June 2nd

The Future of Electric Generation-One Increment at a Time
David Farnsworth
Cathy Woollums
Steven Michel

The Affordability Gap and What Commissions Can Do to Close It: Security Deposits and Late Fees
William Marcus

The Affordability Gap and What Commissions Can do to Close It: High Fixed Customer Charge
William Marcus
Mark Schuling
Jim Williams

What the IP Transition Means for Consumers and a Ubiquitous, Affordable, Reliable National Communications System
David Bergmann

 

Tuesday, June 3rd

Litigating Tracker Proceedings
Joe Rogers

Update on CCIF Distributive Energy Project
Katrina McMurrian

Low Income Research Presentation by Smart Grid Collaborative
SA Anders

For Sale-The National Wireline Communications System
David Brevitz

The Earnings Gap and Other Measures of Profitability and Shareholder Value
David Parcell

Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later-How Do Environmental, Social and Long-Term Benefits and Costs Fit with Classic Economic Regulation
Gloria Smith
Mark Toney
Handout-Climate Policy Leadership

Energy Efficiency Cost-Effectiveness: Aligning Tests with State Policies, Ratepayer Interests, and Utility Resource Planning
Bobette Wilhelm
Dr. Kushler

Meeting Registration

Registration Fees – 2014 NASUCA Mid-Year Meeting
$450 – NASUCA member
$500 – Government (public interest groups should seek prior approval from NASUCA to qualify for the government rate)
$550 – Industry/Utilities, Consultants, Trade Associations

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*Below is transportation information taken from the Eldorado Website and includes the Sandia Shuttle phone number for reservations.

Albuquerque International Airport has over 100 flights daily on airlines including American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines and USAirways. The Eldorado Hotel & Spa is only 60 minutes from the Albuquerque International Airport via shuttle or car. The Sandia Shuttle provides transfer service between the Albuquerque International Airport and Eldorado Hotel & Spa with frequent and convenient trips throughout each day.

 

Santa Fe Municipal Airport is located southwest of the city, the Santa Fe Municipal Airport provides commercial airline service by American Eagle Airlines. The airport operates daily flights to and from Santa Fe and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX).

 

 Airport Main Line: 505-955-2900

 

 Airport Fax: 505-955-2905

 

 Airport Information Line: 505-955-2908

 

 Sandia Shuttle offers convenient shuttle service between the Eldorado Hotel & Spa and the Albuquerque International Sunport.

 

 Local Phone    505-474-5696

 

 Toll-Free Phone 888-775-5696

 

 Note: Please allow approximately 1 to 1 1/2 hour(s) for travel times. Shuttles are ready to depart 10 minutes prior to scheduled pick-up times.