IRP Summit

IRP Summit

February 23-24, 2022 | Online :: Central Time

“We often find ourselves hearing and reading material that only confirms our exacting views. EUCI brings together the experience and emerging approaches of industry leaders from around the world. Much of the value of these presentations stems from discovering what we did not know.” – Division Director, NW Power and Conservation Council

“Excellent agenda, and list of speakers. Right on target with issues I’m dealing with right now.” –  Manager of Resource Planning, Puget Sound Energy

 “A great overview from a wide cross-section of industry experts.”  – Energy Resource Analyst, EWEB

“This is a perfect forum to share, learn and take home a better/broader understanding of the issues facing our industry.”  Director – Energy Supply Planning, Northwestern Energy

“Outstanding survey of topics for planners…” – Resource Planner/Economist, Central Minnesota Municipal Power Agency

“Conference had solid content with engaging speakers discussing timely issues.  Good opportunity to discover a common set of shared concerns from other planning groups, and to get some fresh ideas about how to tackle these challenging issues.” Senior Manager – Capacity Planning, TVA

“Well organized with relevant topics.  Learned some new perspectives and approaches to resource planning.” – Director, Black & Veatch

“Great speakers and excellent topics that are the current hot topics at most utilities.” Senior Engineer, APS

“EUCI has once again brought together an excellent team of industry experts to deliver a very informative and wide-ranging look on the IRP planning process.”  Head – Generation Special Projects, Jamaica Public Service Co

“An excellent forum to hear about and discuss the current and key resource planning issues facing the utility world.” Director of Resource Planning, BC Hydro

“I enjoyed the conference.  It was relevant.” Manager – Market Research & Analysis, Vectren

“Well organized and well-run conference with a good cross-section of presenters representing their approaches on how to develop a thorough and defendable IRP.” Supervisor – Strategic Transmission Analysis, Madison Gas & Electric

“The program included many high-quality presenters addressing the pressing issues of the day for utility planners.” Director of Integrated Resource Planning, AEP

“I benefitted from attending this summit in multiple ways: namely, high quality speakers, content and topics that are current and relevant, and high value networking.”  Senior Project Manager, Southern California Edison (SCE)

“This IRP conference was well executed; I learned a lot about the IRP process and how structural change in the markets are shaping the ways that IRPs are developed.” Director, Ascend Analytics

“This conference was very relevant.  I will come again.” Director – Research & Energy Technologies, Vectren

“EUCI does a super job of keeping streamlined conference experience with rich content; will be attending more conferences in the future.” Senior Analyst, ScottMadden

“A great mix of topics and extensive industry knowledge.”  Principal, Cadmus

“Excellent conference with top-level attendees from various companies and all regions of the country.”  Director – Strategy & Planning, PSEG Long Island

“EUCI’s IRP agenda is morphing with the industry.” Senior Project Manager – Integrated Resource Planning, Southern California Edison

“Excellent quality presenters!  I got out of this what I had hoped and more.”  Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

“Extremely educational and accessible – well organized!” Project Manager, Portland General Electric

“Excellent conference featuring coast-to-coast perspectives an.” d approaches to complex challenges and opportunities.” Solutions Specialist, Atonix Digital

“Outstanding group of speakers!  Informative and thought-provoking.” Resource Planning Manager, American Electric Power (AEP)

“EUCI provided great insight and genuine perspective.”  Program Manager, MHPA

“Very insightful on how companies are dealing with all the industry change.” Principal, Cadmus Group

“Valuable insights on the evolving topics of battery storage, integrated generation/transmission/distribution planning and others.” Director – Corporate Analytics

“There was great discussion and real-world applications.  Very helpful content and networking opportunities.” Senior Market Analyst, NextERA Energy

“A very informative and comprehensive conference.” Senior Advisor, Capital Power

“Very timely topics that are relevant to my work.”  Manager – U.S. Electricity Markets, World Resources Institute (WRI)

“There was something for everyone to learn at the EUCI IRP Summit, no matter what area of the energy industry you come from.” Utilities Analyst, Idaho Public Utilities Commission

“Good balance of breadth, depth, and industry representation.  Excellent moderation.”  Senior Supply Side Planner – Resource Planning, Tucson Electric Power

“Great content, topics, speakers and organization.”  Energy Exemplar

Traditional utility integrated resource planning (IRP) modeling, analysis and preparation have been dominated by:

  • Central station firm generation sited at specific locations
  • Fueled mainly by gas, coal, oil, and nuclear
  • With one-way transmission and distribution systems
  • Well-established reliability and high resource capacity factors

This program will pivot to the new IRP paradigm. It is designed by integrated resource planners for integrated resource planners and will tackle several conditions throttling contemporary resource planning.  Leading utility, power resource planning professionals and related industry experts will address the key elements associated with these emerging operational issues, environmental mandates, variable energy resources, regulatory policies, and uncertainty factors that now dominate IRP planning requirements.

The conference will blend presentations from utilities, state regulatory staff/commissioners, non-utility SMEs, service providers and others from all over North America.  Case studies will provide a solid survey of “best practices” thinking and methodologies by a full range of utilities and subject matter experts.  And feature panels will draw out collaborative concepts for further consideration and implementation.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees will gain practical skills and insights on how to:

  • Develop resource plans that incorporate the full palette of supply and demand options
  • Describe how IRP planners can analyze, model and incorporate DERs and storage in IRPs
  • Identify how to properly account for all variables when analyzing, modeling and planning portfolio decisions
  • Determine the value of portfolio flexibility for resource planning and market operations
  • Discuss the range of inputs that future resource decisions should incorporate to map a pathway for attainment of carbon-free generation resource outcomes
  • Evaluate the portfolio effects of high penetration renewable energy resources in production cost models
  • Examine the preparation of IRP documentation with regulatory and stakeholder review and engagement in mind



Wednesday, February 23, 2022 : Central Time

8:45 – 9:00 a.m.
Log In and Welcome

12:30 – 1:15 p.m.
Lunch Break

9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Conference Timing

9:00 – 9:20 a.m. :: Overview and Introductions

9:20 – 10:45 a.m. :: Embedding Climate Risks, Consequences & System Accommodations into the IRP

Closely related, but different from, the imperative to de-carbonize a power system’s footprint is how the IRP models that power system’s exposure (risk) to climate change impacts.  This segment will consider:

  • Accommodate risks and uncertainties of climate change impacts
  • How various utilities are evaluating those impacts
  • How those impacts are being “monetized”
  • How the IRP is converting those impacts and risks – known and unknown – into avoidance measures
  • Modeling and embedding anticipated and/or unknown technologies into the plan
  • Policy risk
  • Price of carbon
  • Gathering data
  • Analysis tools
  • Decision analysis

Phillip J. Popoff, Director – Resource Planning & Analysis, Puget Sound Energy

Jenifer Hedrick, Senior Project Manager – Integrated Resource, Southern California Edison

10:45 – 11:00 a.m. :: Morning Break

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. :: De-carbonization: Modeling Options and Limitations

Several states and utilities in the U.S. have announced goals for a totally carbon-free generation mix over the next two to three decades.  While such announcements provide broad guidance, any utility’s resource portfolio strategy to meet such targets will be influenced by its individual load shape, the available technology options, and the market and regulatory environment in which the utility operates.  This presentation will address several resource planning considerations associated with a potential carbon-free future in the context of a practical case study.

Norm Richardson, President, Anchor Power Solutions

12:30 – 1:15 p.m. :: Lunch Break

1:15 – 2:45 p.m. :: The Future of Gas Power in IRPs

The concept a few years that natural gas would serve as a “bridge fuel” in the transition from coal and nuclear generation to renewable energy resources is less embraced by multiple stakeholders.  Many jurisdictions are limiting gas power plant options going forward, despite evident challenges confronting the industry to achieve the replacement of all fossil generation within the aggressive time frames targeted by legislators.  This segment will review how several utility IRPs are tackling this conundrum.

Bryan Swann, Director – Resource Strategy, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

2:45 – 3:00 p.m. :: Afternoon Break

3:00 – 4:30 p.m. :: The Alphabet Soup of Resource Adequacy Measures –   What They Mean and Their Ultimate Value in the IRP

Ensuring reliability of service is an essential requirement for a utility or power system planner.  No one standard used to determine what is the appropriate and available capacity needed to minimize reliability and sufficient reserves, however, may be fully adequate to capture this critical dimension.  This segment will explore the multiple methods of planning around the capacity values and assigned standards for determining appropriate resource adequacy, reliability and reserve margin modeling in an integrated resource plan (IRP).  It will devote special attention to an approach referred to as effective load-carrying capability (ELCC), which is emerging as an important complement to better gauge the impact of renewable energy resources on reliability assessment criteria.

Steven Broad, Vice President – Solution Engineering, Energy Exemplar

4:30 p.m. :: Adjourn for Day


Thursday, February 24, 2022 : Central Time

8:45 – 9:00 a.m.
Log In and Welcome

12:15 – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch Break

9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Conference Timing


9:00 – 10:30 a.m. :: The Evolution of IRPs – Least Cost to GT&D to Hybrid and Beyond

Utility planning is evolving to address issues associated with rising DER penetration and modernizing the grid.   The updated paradigm — integrated generation, transmission and distribution planning (IGT&D) — incorporates new business processes, software and data integration needs.  Several utilities are shifting to this integrated GT&D and hybrid planning path. This presentation will discuss how different utilities are addressing the essential roles now played by non-traditional solutions. 

10:30 – 10:45 a.m. :: Morning Break

10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. :: Modeling EVs and Electrification in IRPs

Modeling electric vehicles (EVs) and the electrification of other non-transportation devices is, in some ways, similar to storage –  but, in more ways, divergent.  As this technological conversion occurs, utilities and other power systems must get the equation right or they will encounter potentially significant consequences.  This segment will consider different approaches undertaken to assess and prepare for this shift and the pitfalls to avoid.

Diane Crockett, Principal Consultant, Hitachi

12:15 – 1:00 p.m. :: Lunch Break

1:00 – 2:30 p.m. :: The Role of Medium-Term Portfolio Optimization in Long-Term IRPs

Today, almost all electric utilities design their IRP to identify changes in an existing portfolio of generation resources that addresses future changes in load, plant retirements, or new capacity additions while complying with regulations and meeting sustainability, reliability, and economic goals. This approach requires investing into a capital-intensive physical resource portfolio to satisfy the utility’s combined peak load plus a reserve margin.  After doing so, there is no room left to take advantage of future energy market opportunities presented by dropping prices – sometimes for extended periods of time – driven by everdecreasing costs of existing and emerging generation technologies. Increasingly, utilities have started to realize this shortcoming and are exploring a hybrid strategy, which includes a combination of some local self-build resources while procuring the rest of the demand requirements from an ISO/RTO market (where applicable). This segment will discuss the role that medium-term portfolio optimization can play in leveraging the future market opportunities that become available as energy market prices are driven down by declining costs of sustainable generation technologies and the change(s) in the traditional IRP modeling approach needed to leverage such portfolio optimization strategies.

Amit Gohil, Director – Portfolio Optimization & Risk Management, Siemens

2:30 – 2:45 p.m. :: Afternoon Break

2:45 – 4:15 p.m. :: Properly Evaluating Non-Wire Alternatives (NWAs) and Other Cost Avoidance Strategies

“Doing more with less” is the mantra that perhaps best explains the concept of non-wires alternatives (NWAs).  Even though the term is of relatively recent vintage, it’s not a new concept.  In fact, the requirement for efficiency is more urgent than ever as power system infrastructure grows a beard, expensive technology advances push performance limits, and policy mandates multiply.  This segment will explore the means by which IRP practitioners can evaluate the strategies and operational measures to moderate anticipated capital requirements for maintaining system reliability and resiliency.

Howard Smith, Principal, Renewable & Grid Edge Consulting

4:15 p.m. :: Adjournment


Production Cost Modeling

Friday, February 25, 2022 : Central Time

Production cost software and modeling tools have served the resource planning community admirably over decades of service.  Yet, transformations in grid conditions, generation/T&D technology and power markets have “moved the needle” radically on what these tools are now tasked to do.

This workshop is dedicated to the demonstration of production cost software and modeling tools.  Multiple service providers will showcase tools in separate sessions dedicated to their product(s), including:

  • What they can (and can’t) still do
  • How to optimize their function and performance
  • What tools complement their primary assignments
  • Unlocking features and dimensions that may be considered for “black belts” only

To ensure maximum value, attendees will see all the presentations and demonstrations, whereas service providers will attend only the timed segment devoted to that specific proprietary system.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees will gain practical skills and insights on how to:

  • Discuss production cost modeling best practices
  • Assess how to deploy production cost modeling best practices in specific use case contexts
  • Utilize the multiple tools available through production cost modeling software



8:45 – 9:00 a.m.
Log In and Welcome

12:45 – 1:30 p.m.
Lunch Break

9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Workshop Timing


9:00 – 9:30 a.m. :: Overview & Introductions


9:30 – 10:30 a.m. :: Opportunities & Challenges Confronting Production Cost Modeling in the New IRP Paradigm

Production cost modeling is an essential element in the larger exercise to construct the optimum resource expansion and utilization strategy for meeting electric load.  This segment will take a high-level look at:  

  • What “traditional” IRPs have expected of these modeling and decision analysis tools
  • What contemporary utilities and stakeholders are demanding of IRPs
  • What these tools must do to deliver insight into the system operating costs and other information they are designed to provide

10:30 – 10:45 a.m. :: Morning Break

10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. :: Anchor Power Presentation

EnCompass Detailed Capacity Expansion
EnCompass has the ability to perform long-term automated capacity expansion planning, while considering detailed operating constraints such as minimum uptimes/downtimes, startup costs, ancillary service requirements, and both short-term (batteries) and long-term (hydrogen) storage options. These details are critical components of determining viable plans that meet decarbonization and renewable energy goals.

12:00  – 12:45 p.m. :: Lunch Break


12:45 – 2:00 p.m. :: Hitachi Presentation

PROMOD – The Essential Tool for Generation, Transmission & Portfolio Modeling
PROMOD is a fundamental electric market simulation solution that incorporates extensive details in generating unit operating characteristics, transmission grid topology, and constraints, and market system operations to support economic transmission planning.  A generator and portfolio modeling system, it provides nodal locational marginal price (LMP) forecasting and transmission analysis by producing algorithms that align with the decision focus of management.

2:00 – 2:15 p.m. :: Afternoon Break


2:15 – 3:30 p.m. :: Energy Exemplar Presentation

Production Cost Modeling and Analytics with Twice the Power:

Plexos – a powerful simulation engine that offers both flexible and precise simulations across several markets—electric, water, gas and renewable energy.

Aurora – forecasting software that incorporates 1) power market price forecasting, 2) optimized resource expansion, 3) energy portfolio analysis and 4) power market risk analysis

3:30 p.m. :: Workshop Adjournment


Steven Broad, Vice President – Solution Engineering, Energy Exemplar

Steven Broad is Vice President – Solution Engineering for Energy Exemplar.  He has nearly two decades’ experience working in scientific computing and applied mathematics. He has deep experience in energy market simulation and forecasting, especially in the areas of short-term portfolio optimization and scheduling, economic assessment of transmission in nodal energy markets, energy market competitiveness metrics (such as RSI/HHI duration curves, and CMCP markup analysis), stochastic analysis of energy and gas futures and options, the development of market pricing algorithms, and extensive experience in the development of custom scheduling and optimization software systems for clients in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He has built value for clients in the roles of software engineer, implementation lead, consultant, and market analyst. Prior to joining Energy Exemplar, Dr. Broad was a Professor of Mathematics at Saint Mary’s College, a market monitoring analyst at CAISO, and a senior programmer/analyst at Henwood Energy Services (now part of Ventyx, an ABB company).  He received his PhD in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, holds Master’s degrees in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame and Washington University in St Louis, and he received his BS in physics and applied mathematics from the University of Evansville.

Jonathan Adelman, Area Vice President – Strategic Resource & Business Planning, Xcel Energy (invited)

Jonathan Adelman serves as Area Vice President, Strategic Resource & Business Planning at Xcel Energy. In this role, he is responsible for providing leadership for the development of long-term generation planning and strategic business plans for Xcel Energy’s operating utilities. He is responsible for coordinating the overall resource planning process, including meeting all long-term generation capacity needs. Mr. Adelman has two decades of experience in a variety of business areas at Xcel Energy, including Commercial Operations, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, and Resource Planning. He assumed his current position in 2015. Prior to joining Xcel Energy, he worked in public accounting both domestically and abroad. Mr. Adelman graduated from Washington and Lee University in May 1997, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with Special Attainments in Commerce.

Diane Crockett, Principal Consultant, Hitachi

Diane Crockett is Principal Consultant for the Advisors group of Hitachi.  She has more than 35 years of electric industry experience providing consulting services in the areas of corporate finance, portfolio management, integrated resource planning, resource expansion optimization, and market price forecasting.  Ms. Crockett’s expertise includes in-depth knowledge of complex corporate finance issues such as capitalization structures and financing options, coverage ratios and rate of return calculations.

Amit Gohil, Director – Portfolio Optimization & Risk Management, Siemens

Amit Gohil is Director of Energy Business Advisory at Siemens.  He has extensive experience serving power and utilities, broader energy and financial services industries, with expertise in portfolio planning and optimization, risk management, financial analysis, and business transformation.  Prior to joining Siemens, Mr. Gohil served as a management consultant at global consulting firms like Ernst & Young and Accenture. He was a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young’s Commodities Markets Advisory Practice and a Manager at Accenture’s Risk Management Practice focused on energy and other commodities. Prior to his consulting career, he worked on developing software systems helping independent power producers (IPPs) and utilities value their real assets, measure and manage risks within their generation portfolios.  Mr. Gohil also worked on architecting a demand side management (DSM) system that helped utilities manage their energy efficiency programs.  He earned a M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from University of South Florida and a B.S. degree in Production Engineering from University of Poona, India. He has earned the “Energy Risk Professional” certification from GARP.

Jenifer Hedrick, Senior Project Manager – Integrated Resource, Southern California Edison

Jenifer Hedrick serves as Integrated Planning and Analytics Project Manager for Southern California Edison developing implementation strategy to meet California’s progressive energy policies. During her 25+ years of service at Edison, she has also served in various Management positions for San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station including Outage Manager, Mechanical/Nuclear Systems Engineering Manager, and Plant Design Engineering Manager. Ms Hedrick achieved a Senior Reactor Operator Certification at San Onofre. She began her Edison career working as a Mechanical Engineer in power plant design.  She is a valued external technical advisor with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and serves as an Industry Advisor on the DOE-sponsored Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative. 

Phillip J. Popoff, Director – Resource Planning & Analysis, Puget Sound Energy

Phillip J. Popoff is Director of Resource Planning & Analysis for Puget Sound Energy (PSE), with which he has been associated since 2006.  In that capacity, he is responsible for PSEs electric and natural gas utility IRPs, including supply-side and demand-side resource analysis.  In previous assignments for the utility, he has served as Manager of Development Strategy and Analytics as well as Manager of Integrated Resource Planning.  Over the course of his 25 years of experience in the energy industry, Mr. Popoff spent three years at the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission and two years at the Virginia State Corporation Commission.  He is Chairman of the System Planning Committee for the Pacific Northwest Utility Conference Committee, as well as Chair of the organization’s Gas-Electric Planning Task Force jointly with the Northwest Gas Association. He has B.S. and M.S. degrees in economics from the University of Wyoming, where he focused his studies on both utility and environmental economics. In addition, Mr. Popoff completed the Professional Certificate program in Strategic Decisions and Risk Management at Stanford University and attended the Executive Management Program at the University of Washington.

Norm Richardson, President, Anchor Power Solutions

Norm Richardson is the President of Anchor Power Solutions and has some three decades of experience in market price forecasting, integrated resource planning, risk evaluation, and economic transmission analysis.  His experience includes developing software models, collecting and analyzing market data, consulting projects, and expert witness testimony. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Furman University and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Howard Smith, Principal, Renewable & Grid Edge Consulting

Howard Smith is a resource planning veteran whose career spans 40-plus years and five utilities. For the past two years, he has been Principal at Renewable and Grid Edge Consulting. He started the firm, which specializes in advising utilities and other organizations in the power industry on matters relating to renewable and distributed energy resources, in 2019. Preceding that, Mr. Smith spent four decades in multiple positions at the Southern Company and its operating utilities. His roles over the years included serving in these capacities:\Manager of Distributed Energy Resource & Grid Edge Policy\Manager of Resource Planning and Demand Response Operations\Transmission Substation Design\Transmission, Generation and Market Planning\Metro Team Manager for Key Accounts\Manager of Technical Sales\Manager of Resource Planning and Demand Response Operations.  He also held positions at Duke Power, including as Quality Assurance/Special Project Engineer in Distribution and as Distribution Staff Engineer. In support of the industry, Mr. Smith has served on the Advisory Council for the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Association of Demand Response & Smart Grid (ADS), and on the Alabama Governor’s Advisory Team for Industrial Energy Efficient and CHP.

Bryan Swann, Director – Resource Strategy, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

Bryan Swann is Director of Resource Strategy at Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD).  He develops SMUD’s strategy to achieve zero carbon in the power supply by 2030 through its energy portfolio.  He also directs long-term energy resource plans and oversees their implementation through SMUD’s Integrated Resources Plan. The team also considers and integrates how new resources will be utilized, including development and management of market strategy to drive SMUD’s participation in, sales to, and use of wholesale energy markets to meet the utility’s energy supply needs.  

Jim Taylor, Vice President – Energy Solutions, Siemens

Jim Taylor is Vice President of Energy Solutions at Siemens Energy Management, Digital Grid. His professional experience includes 15 years of operations experience at Tucson Electric Power, 10 years of power substation and distribution operations and maintenance experience with Barrick Goldsrike Mine in Elko Nevada, and 2 years substation commissioning and electrical maintenance with Power Engineers. His practice is focused on the management of reliability, environmental sustainability and fiscal responsibility within the utility environment.

Greg Turk, Managing Partner, Horizons Energy

Greg Turk is the Managing Partner of Horizons Energy. With more than 30 years of experience, he utilizes a fundamental economic and engineering approach to address a wide range of electric industry planning problems including price formation, asset valuation, risk analytics, resource planning, fuels management and environmental compliance. Mr. Turk holds Bachelors of Science degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Elmhurst College and a Masters in Technology and Public Policy from Purdue University.

Online Delivery

We will be using Microsoft Teams to facilitate your participation in the upcoming event. You do not need to have an existing Teams account in order to participate in the broadcast – the course will play in your browser and you will have the option of using a microphone to speak with the room and ask questions, or type any questions in via the chat window and our on-site representative will relay your question to the instructor.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: After November 30 you will not be able to join a Teams meeting using Internet Explorer 11. Microsoft recommends downloading and installing the Teams app if possible. You may also use the Edge browser or Chrome.
  • You will receive a meeting invitation will include a link to join the meeting.
  • Separate meeting invitations will be sent for the morning and afternoon sessions of the course.
    • You will need to join the appropriate meeting at the appropriate time.
  • If you are using a microphone, please ensure that it is muted until such time as you need to ask a question.
  • The remote meeting connection will be open approximately 30 minutes before the start of the course. We encourage you to connect as early as possible in case you experience any unforeseen problems.


Please Note: Confirmed speakers do not need to register and are encouraged to participate in all sessions of the event. If you are a speaker and have any questions please contact our offices at 1.303.770.8800

Please Note: This event is being conducted entirely online. All attendees will connect and attend from their computer, one connection per purchase. For details please see our FAQ

If you are unable to attend at the scheduled date and time, we make recordings available to all registrants for three business days after the event

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Pack of 20 ConnectionsUS $ 15,540.00
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Production Cost ModelingUS $ 795.00
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EUCI is authorized by IACET to offer 1.2 CEUs for the conference, 0.5 CEUs for the workshop.

Requirements For Successful Completion Of Program

Participants must login for the entirety of the event to be eligible for continuing education credit.

Instructional Methods

PowerPoint presentations and case studies will be used in program.

Upon successful completion of this event, program participants interested in receiving CPE credits will receive a certificate of completion.

Conference CPE Credits: 14.0
Workshop CEP Credits: 5.0
There is no prerequisite for this Course.
Program field of study: Specialized Knowledge
Program Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group-Live presented online due to COVID-19
Advanced Preparation: None

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Who Should Attend

  • Integrated resource planning
  • Resource adequacy planning
  • Strategic and long-range planning
  • Forecasting and analysis
  • Energy efficiency planning
  • Demand response planning
  • Generation and load planning
  • Transmission planning
  • Reliability planning
  • Intra-hour operations analysis and modeling
  • Renewable energy planning
  • Environmental and GHG planning
  • State regulatory and commission staff
  • Carbon/emissions management teams
  • Carbon/emissions market consultants and advisors
  • Environmental compliance groups
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Asset management
  • Financial analysis



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