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Electricity Market Dynamics, Flexible Capacity, and Natural Gas | Energy Systems Engineering

Tuesday
Mar 21, 2017
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

STEPS Building - 101
1 West Packer Avenue
Bethlehem PA 18015

Wendy Vohar
610-758-3650
waa3@lehigh.edu

Electricity Market Dynamics, Flexible Capacity, and Natural Gas | Energy Systems Engineering Institute

Matt Tripoli, PE, Sr. Manager, Development, IMG Midstream

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Abstract: Electricity markets across the US are subject to technological, regulatory, and competitive dynamics that are reshaping the way the grid operates, its underlying fuel and resource mix, and expectations for existing and future generation plants.  Technological progress and deployment of new resources is shifting value to more efficient and flexible forms of generation.  Shifting regulatory priorities further complicates the grid's near-term future and the value of existing and new assets.  Ever-changing commodity market outlooks present new opportunities and challenges for electricity markets.  With a focus on trends impacting the Mid-Atlantic US, this presentation and discussion will highlight these emerging dynamics and shed some light on career opportunities in the sector.

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