Energizing policy evolution for the grid revolution

Energizing policy evolution for the grid revolution

The electricity sector is in the midst of unprecedented change, driven by rapidly evolving technology, changing customers demands, and new business opportunities. This paper, which was sponsored by the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability and produced by ICF, examines the landscape of new technologies that may disrupt electric sector markets, operations, and planning over the next 20 to 25 years, and highlights the potential laws, rules, and regulations that may need reexamination in light of these changes.

Meet the authors
  1. Kenneth Collison, Vice President, Energy

    Ken is an expert in electricity market analysis, helping stakeholders improve the planning, operation, and development of the electric sector.  View bio

  2. Juanita Haydel, Senior Vice President, Energy

    Juanita Haydel has 30 years of experience supporting clients in the federal government as well as states, local, and non-governmental organizations in energy market analyses. Her expertise is in environmental and energy policy work with a focus on the electric power sector, industrial energy efficiency issues, and air regulatory analyses. She currently directs our federal energy practice.

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