Competing to Build Transmission – Who is Best Positioned?

Competing to Build Transmission – Who is Best Positioned?
Tuesday, January 7, 2014:


1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time

FERC Order No. 1000 was intended to foster regional transmission planning nationwide and allow independent developers to compete with incumbent utilities by eliminating the “right of first refusal” at a federal level. In this new environment, how can such developers effectively compete for and develop projects traditionally developed by utilities? As utilities seek to operate in this post-Order No. 1000 environment, what strategies are they employing to develop transmission projects outside of their service territories? How do utilities and non-utility developers address the financial cost and potential risks associated with the development of a project in a competitive environment? What strategies can developers employ to address the regulatory risks (federal, state, and local) in developing new high-voltage transmission projects in this new competitive environment? Is there more opportunity for financial investors to participate in transmission development in a post-Order No. 1000 competitive environment?

Our panel will address these and other issues facing incumbent and non-incumbent transmission developers seeking to expand and prosper in the post-Order No. 1000 market. The panel will also review some of the proposed projects to date and the responses of the RTOs.

William M. Keyser, Partner, K&L Gates LLP

Amanda Conner, Senior Counsel, American Electric Power
Jack Halpern, Power Sector Lead, Environmental Services, Stantec
Elliot Roseman, Vice President, ICF International






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How It Works

The 90 minute session is interactive and you will be able to submit questions -live- to our esteemed speakers - via computer during the session. However, please note that since this is a discussion and not a formal presentation the only visual elements will be the information contained herein.
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You will have the opportunity to ask questions at specified times during the presentation. All participants will be able to hear both the questions and answers.

Single Connection: $99.00
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If for any reason a relevant stakeholder cannot co-locate for the session, we encourage you to include that person by purchasing an additional connection at the reduced fee of $50 per session. This will ensure that every member of a team receives the same relevant, timely information in the most efficient way. If you have any technical or purchasing questions, please contact us at (818) 888-4444.

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