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The GT Power Hour: Episode 28 (The Second Annual Holiday-Season Year-End Predictions Show)
- Dec 11, 2021 5:38 am GMT
In which we mark the end of Season 2 in our now annual tradition of debating the major industry trends of the past year. Listen closely as we explain how a Trump-era addition to the Federal Power Act is having unintended consequences, why 2021 may end up being the high-water mark for RTO/ISO participation and what happens to Pennsylvania’s currently most-famous Bens: Simmons and Roethlisberger. Happy holidays and see you next year!
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