WASHINGTON, D.C. – Mark Lauby, NERC’s senior vice president and chief engineer, will participate in the American Council on Renewable Energy Grid Forum on October 13 in Washington, D.C. The forum will convene regulators, grid operators, utilities, developers and other experts to examine the near-term gaps and long-term priorities for infrastructure on the path to a carbon-free grid.
Lauby will participate in a panel discussion – Maintaining Reliability and Resilience on the Path to Decarbonization — at 9:35 a.m. Eastern. The panel will consider: whether thermal and renewable resource reliability contributions are being assessed on equal ground; whether expanding interregional transmission is critical to achieving resilience; the roles an interregional transfer capacity requirement and solar reliability standards play; and whether additional reforms to energy and ancillary service markets or new market products are needed with a high penetration of renewable and storage resources.
Registration, the agenda and additional information is available on the ACORE website.
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