Case Study — an iterative approach to evaluating the effectiveness of a hedge strategy
Implementing a hedge strategy
Ongoing monitoring and reporting
Case Studies with Energy Portfolios
Market vs contracted cost
Dispatch to load vs dispatch to price
Integrated portfolio views
Purchases and sales positions
Distinct load and generation positions
Integrated utility value vs portfolio component value
Active vs. passive portfolio management
Case study — understanding the revenue-at-risk of different portfolios
Case study – considering the value of a battery with a wind asset
Case study — execution of a hedge strategy under different market conditions
4:45 – 5:00 pm :: Q&A and Discussion Forum
5:00 p.m. :: Program Adjournment
Scott Wrigglesworth, Managing Director, Operations & Strategy, Ascend Analytics
Scott Wrigglesworth is Director of Analytics and Strategy with Ascend Analytics. Before joining the company, he spent 17 years with Dayton Power and Light and the AES Corporation. There he focused on practical solutions in energy analytics, actionable reporting, margin modeling and portfolio optimization. In that role, Mr. Wrigglesworth provided analytic expertise for portfolio optimization, planning, and risk management activities. These activities included merchant generation optimization, fuel procurement, wholesale hedging, retail energy, load auctions, rate case preparation, asset valuation, and commercial budget development. Mr. Wrigglesworth teaches a course in Energy Markets at the University of Dayton from where he also earned his MBA. He holds a BA in Global Economics and International Business from Cedarville University.
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