A Potential New Paradigm of Shared Interests
Fortnightly Magazine - June 2021
Political support has followed public opinion, with state Legislatures, in the absence of federal directives, enacting requirements for explicit renewable generation deployment on specific timelines.
CAMPUT 2021 brought Canadian regulators together with the theme Transition and Transaction.
“The relationship the CAMPUT community has with NARUC is a very valued one. It does help us to promote regulatory excellence by having a dialogue with so many people.”
“A proactive approach is required. The issues facing us are directly related to costs. In Alberta, we have a cost to grid. You hear about that a lot from consumers.”
“How can regulators address the ongoing impact on consumers from market transition, disruption, and innovation? We're looking at the social impacts of these changes we're seeing in our utility markets.”
As the transition evolves to a decarbonized economy, what do regulators see coming? What are the key policy drivers? How are regulators engaging with policy? How are regulators innovating?
United States Energy Association
Executive Chair of the Board Vicky Bailey and Acting Executive Director Sheila Hollis guided virtual attendees.
DOE Deputy Secretary
“Whether it’s governments or companies, investors are coalescing around net zero carbon commitments, and net zero greenhouse gas commitments.”
NARUC International Committee chair
“I was asked to speak about how we are partnering at NARUC with USEA. I’m also going to talk a little about the gender initiatives that NARUC has undertaken in the last few years.”