May 2017 Chapter Event
Topic: 2017 Ohio Energy Market Update Conference
When: May 19, 2017, 8am-noon
Where: Trane Commercial Systems and Services,
10300 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45215
The 2017 Energy Market Update Conference, co-hosted by AEE and ASHRAE, presented current information about Duke Energy's new rates, PJM, Renewable and Energy Efficiency Markets, natural gas and electric de-regulation and how to reduce energy costs. Attendees learned how Duke Energy's new rates will affect customers, how the move to PJM has affected other Ohio users and what can be expected in Cincinnati area. All listened to experts in the fields of natural gas and electric commodities to learn what new and changing technologies may impact Ohio's energy market in the future.
This event was organized and moderated by AEE SW Ohio Chapter V.P. Joe Harrell. to hear from top industry experts, including PUCO commissioner Beth Trombold, on topics affecting your energy decisions. Topics included:
Duke Energy’s new rates
Changes to Ohio renewable energy rules
Changes to PJM
Energy efficiency markets
Electric and natural gas deregulated markets
How to reduce overall energy cost
Keynote speaker Beth Trombold, PUCO Commissioner focused on topics affecting your energy decisions.
DEO's Rate Manager Jim Ziolkowski presented Duke Energy's new rate designs. Tim Bilger of Direct Energy presented about trends in natural gas. Ray Culver of Dynegy spoke about the challenges facing independent power production.
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7:30 – 8:00 Breakfast & Sign-In
10:15 – 10:30 Break
10:30 – 11:15 Changes to PJM’s Capacity and Other Markets