Managing Electricity Rates Amidst Increasing Capital Expenditures: Is Securitization the Right Tool? An Update

Is Securitization the Right Tool? An Update By: Joseph S. Fichera, NRRI Fellow

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Advancing Energy Storage in the States: What’s Your 2020 Vision?

Moderated by Tom Stanton, Principal Researcher, NRRI Panelists TBA

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Electric Vehicles—Regulatory Actions to Enable Clean Technology

Panelists and moderator TBA

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Regulatory Rationale for Energy Efficiency Programs

Panelists and moderator TBA

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The Blurring Line Between Federal and State Jurisdiction

Moderated by Carl Pechman Ph.D., Director, NRRI Panelists TBA

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Best of Energy and Environment – Top Hits from the NARUC Winter Policy Summit

Moderated by Tom Stanton, Principal Researcher, NRRI Panelists TBA

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Enhancing the Resilience of the Nation’s Electricity System

Dr. Morgan and Mr. Dagle’s presentation Link to the full report Register now At the request of Congress, the Department of Energy asked the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to organize a study to identify technologies, policies, and organizational strategies to increase the resilience and reliability of the U.S. electricity system.  The study […]

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Lifeline in 2019 – A Report from the Field

Register now The federal Lifeline program provides reduced cost telecommunications and broadband service to nearly 10 million households across the US, allowing them to participate in the digital economy, communicate with friends and family, and take advantage of support programs that can be accessed only online.  Program participants receive $9.25 per month in benefits from […]

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Secondary Contaminants: Environmental and Economic Considerations

Moises Chavez presentation David Schultise & Sunil Pillai presentation Register now The Environmental Protection Agency has established National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations (NSDWRs) that establish non-mandatory water quality standards for 15 contaminants that can be found in drinking water. These secondary standards relate to aesthetic considerations of drinking water such as taste, color, and odor. […]

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Telecommunications Oversight

NRRI Insights_Telecommunications Oversight_Lichtenberg_FINAL_October_22   By Sherry Lichtenberg

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