2015 Mid-Year Meeting

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FINAL AGENDA

Passed Resolution:
2015-1 NASUCA Customer Charge Resolution

Meeting Presentations:

Sunday, June 7, 2015
Workshop on 111(d)
Susann Brown, Utility Analyst II, Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counsel, Indianapolis, IN
David Farnsworth, Senior Associate, Regulatory Assistance Project, Montpelier, VT
Rodney Sobin, Senior Program Director, National Association of State Energy Officials, Washington, D.C.

Monday, June 8, 2015
“Natural Gas Distribution Company Main Extension Policies – How Companies Will Acquire New Customers”
Rebecca S. Bachelder, President, Blueflame Consulting, LLC, Melrose, MA
Joseph A. Rosenthal, Principal Attorney, Office of Consumer Counsel, New Britain, CT
David C. Weaver, Vice President, Enterprise Regulatory Affairs, AGL Resources, Atlanta, GA

“DOE’s Voluntary Code of Conduct on Customer Data/Future of the Grid”
Eric Lightner,Director of the Federal Smart Grid Task Force, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.

Critical Consumer Issues Forum Project
Katrina McMurrian, Executive Director of CCIF

DER Committee Roundtable on Community Solar
Cindy Schonhaut, Director, Office of Consumer Counsel, Denver, CO
Paula Carmody, People’s Counsel, Maryland Office of the People’s Counsel, Baltimore, MD
Laurence Daniels, Director of Litigation, Office of the People’s Counsel, Washington, DC

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015
111 (d) Report Finishing Touches
Synapse Energy Slides

The Utility Push to Increase Customer Charge: What’s Wrong with It and How to Respond to It
John Howat, Senior Policy Analyst, National Consumer Law Center, Boston, MA
Kira Loehr, Executive Director and General Counsel, Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin, Inc., Madison, WI
Glenn A. Watkins, Executive Vice President and Senior Economist, Technical Associates, Inc., Richmond, VA

“Where’s My Connection? — The Rising Need for Reliability Controls and Standards in the Public Communications System”
Craig Graziano, Chair, NASUCA Consumer Protection Committee, Office of Consumer Advocate, Des Moines, IA
Robert Loube, Vice President, Rolka Loube Saltzer Associates, Harrisburg, PA
Joseph Gillan, Consultant, Gillan Associates, Daytona Beach, FL
“Meeting Needs for the Future Most Cost-Effectively – One Perspective on Regional versus State-by-State Approaches under the Clean Power Plan”
Muhsin K. Abdur-Rahman, Senior Market Strategist, PJM Interconnection, Audubon, PA
Franz Litz, Litz Energy Strategies

 

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$500 – Government (public interest groups should seek prior approval from
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$550 – Industry/Utilities, Consultants, Trade Associations
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Hotel Information
Reservations at the Hilton Penn’s Landing, can be made by calling 215-521-6500, when making the Reservation please reference the “NASUCA Meeting”our rate of $199 per night.
The Hotel Registration Cut-Off Date is MAY 15th.