PES Day Webinar: The Impact of the CLEAN Futures Act and FERC 2222 on T&D Engineering

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IEEE PES Region 2 welcomes you to join this PES Day webinar provided by Mr. Doug Houseman, a Principal Consultant at Burns & McDonnell. 1 PDH will be provided to attendees who will be tracked and proven to be in attendance for this entire webinar.

Abstract: The CLEAN Futures Act (CFA) and FERC 2222 are two of the newest Federalization moves on Transmission and Distribution, while FERC 2222 is reality, the CFA is just a bill in committee in the House of Representatives. FERC 2222 meekly requires that aggregation be allowed for renewables on the distribution grid for use in the wholesale market, combined with FERC-841/2/5 it gives FERC deep reach into the distribution grid. The CFA, if passed would make wholesale changes to what utilities can do and not do with their own distribution grids, and makes large changes to Transmission planning. There are good things, bad things, and a couple of "HAH?" things in this bill that everyone should know about.



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  • Date: 13 Apr 2021
  • Time: 04:55 PM to 06:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • Webex
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • United States

  • Co-sponsored by IEEE PES Region 2
  • Starts 28 March 2021 12:00 PM
  • Ends 13 April 2021 02:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
  • No Admission Charge


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Mr. Doug Houseman Mr. Doug Houseman

Biography:

Mr. Houseman is a technical consultant with extensive experience in the energy and utility industry. During his 40+ years in this space, he has worked on projects in more than 70 countries. He is an industry leader in grid modernization, and he has authored or revised significant portions of IEEE’s GridVision 2050, DOE’s QER, and CEATI’s Distribution Utility Technology Roadmap. He is a NIST fellow and is the chair of the IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) Intelligent Grid and Emerging Technology (iGET) Coordinating Committee. He has substantial experience working with a number of Utilities in 70 countries to create grid modernization, and interconnection roadmaps, as well as working to improve standards in the industry.





Agenda

04:55  - 05:00 PM: Welcome & Introduction

05:00 - 05:55 PM: Lecture

05:55 - 06:00 PM: Q&A