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Biases are a waste of time…
This past week, I got to spend quality time with western state regulators and industry folks at the CREPC-WIRAB meeting in Salt Lake City. Meetings of NARUC are good, but most state regulatory bodies have a variety of industries to regulate from natural gas and electricity to taxis and other things of public interest. Consequently, it was great to have folks from all over the West discuss how the grid is going to manage so many challenges; from carbon policies in the coastal areas of the West to the changes in the generation mix all over the interconnection. This focus is the real benefit of CREPC-WIRAB – plus visiting beautiful Salt Lake isn’t bad either.
What goes on there? Sacramento and… FERC?
It was a strange week. A lot of travel, but it was all in the Eastern time zone – evident by the humidity in the air as Spring begins to arrive in the East. It began with a trip to Columbus, Ohio to present before the State Commissions in the PJM region on FTRs and then to Miami, FL to the WSPP meeting where I moderated a panel on the PG&E bankruptcy. Strange, but interesting.