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Webinar: Multi-value Transmission Planning for a Decarbonized Future
May 12 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Featured Speakers: Derek Stenclik, Founding Partner, Telos Energy; Ryan Deyoe, Power Markets Specialist, Telos Energy
About the Webinar: Underlying any renewable energy or decarbonization goal should be a robust transmission planning framework. This webinar will present the results, findings, and recommendations from ESIG’s Transmission Benefits Task Force. The recently conducted study and forthcoming report will provide valuable insights on multi-value frameworks for transmission planning, a key component of the recent FERC NOPR. The task force conducted a transmission planning exercise for ERCOT, evaluating benefits of increasing the West Texas Export transfer capability as well as interregional transmission upgrades to neighboring systems. Using the ERCOT system as an illustrative case study, the webinar will explore how to quantify production cost, emissions, renewable enablement, risk mitigation, resource adequacy, and resilience benefits to better evaluate new transmission projects.
About the Speakers: Derek Stenclik is a founding partner of Telos Energy, an analytics and consulting firm specializing in renewable integration, system planning, and grid modeling. Prior to founding Telos Energy, Derek spent eight years in GE Power’s Energy Consulting department as the Senior Manager of Power System Strategy. He holds an M.S. degree in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University and a B.A. in International Relations from the State University of New York, College at Geneseo. Derek is a lifelong native of Upstate New York and currently resides in the town of Niskayuna with his wife and two sons.
Ryan Deyoe is a Power Markets Analyst at Telos Energy and has experience in fundamental power market modeling. At Telos Energy he has worked on projects ranging from transmission planning, clean electricity planning and has aided stakeholders IRP involvement. Prior to joining Telos Energy, he worked for PA Consulting in their Energy and Utilities practice where he led their ERCOT modeling effort. There he worked to develop generation supply forecasts building on existing ERCOT conditions out to 2040. He analyzed economic new entry of generation units onto the ERCOT grid under varying market conditions in both the energy only market and regarding ERCOT scarcity pricing.
Moderator: Debbie Lew, Associate Director, ESIG
Registration Cost: FREE
Q&A Session: We will be using the slido platform for Q&A. Please submit your questions and follow-along during the event at this link.