Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) has been known to improve the reliability of the grid, reduce carbon emissions, and integrate renewable resources better, all the while reducing costs.
Is EIM all that is reported to be or simply an interim step viable only so long as no other technology is developed? And will it reduce costs and lower rates? Though EIM is not a final solution, it is of course an interim step which is dedicated towards impacting transmission costs and change the behavior of entities using the transmission grid.
In this session, expert speaker Ann Fisher is going to identify the new efforts to handle transmission issues. Attending the webinar will also help you expand your understanding on market solutions of these operational issues. Plus, you will get a better understanding of alternative approaches.
Who Should Attend
Described as "no sharper mind …or sharper thorn in an [opponent's side]", Ann Fisher is an energy consultant and business lawyer who believes that litigation is a poor substitute for effective communication and dispute resolution. As she points out, "Litigation costs money and creates animosity wi... More info