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Connecticut regulatory workshop: presentations on Community Power & retail market design

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President Community Choice Partners, Inc.

Political economist and executive management consultant focused on market reform, community partnerships and competitive power agency realignments: governance structures / oversight / stakeholder...

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We organized ten expert presentations on retail market design and Community Power / Community Choice to be given at the second technical workshop for Connecticut's CCA Study Docket (20-05-13).

Approximate starting times on the video:

  • 0:01:15 - Peter Millman (People's Action for Clean Energy)
  • 0:14:10 - Samuel Golding (Community Choice Partners)
  • 0:30:15 - Don Kreis (New Hampshire Consumer Advocate)
  • 0:44:20 - Lorenzo Kristov (CAISO, retired)
  • 1:00:46 - Girish Balachandran (CEO of Silicon Valley Clean Energy) 
  • 1:12:30 - Matthew Marshall (CEO of Redwood Coast Energy Authority)
  • 1:23:03 - Nick Chaset (CEO of East Bay Community Energy)
  • 1:38:30 - Maggie Downey (CEO of Cape Light Compact)
  • 1:51:35 - Oksan Bayulgen (UConn Associate Professor)
  • 2:07:40 - John Farrell (Institute for Local Self Reliance)

 

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Matt Chester on Nov 12, 2020

Compelling to see so many different experts from the state come together to discuss these important issues-- it seems like CT generally ahead of the curve on the move towards community power availability, is there something specific that you can cite for that movement? 

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