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NPCC DER/VER Forum October 14, 2021

Posted: 09/14/2021

The NPCC Regional Standards Committee (RSC) will be conducting a DER/VER Forum on Thursday October 14, 2021, from 9 AM to 12 Noon.

The Forum will be focused on transmission planning needed to facilitate increased amounts of distributed and variable energy resources. NPCC has confirmed speakers from ISO-New England, the NYISO, PSE&G Long Island, the Ontario Independent Electricity System Operator, and PJM. The DER/VER Forum is offered at no charge and no registration is required to attend.

The forum will be conducted as a WEBEX meeting, and an agenda will be finalized shortly.

Through the NPCC DER/VER Forum, the RSC works to leverage the experiences of our members and other stakeholders to reliably facilitate increased amounts of distributed and variable resources.


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