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Webinar Replay: Grid Transformation and Stranded Assets
July 18, 2019
Why They Could Be Back and Bigger Than Ever
Twenty years ago, the restructuring of the electric industry was the focus of the last major stranded costs debate. While the industry believed this problem was behind it, generation owners and policymakers are once again injecting the term into debates about the fate of legacy generation from coal, natural gas and nuclear power. At the same time, the pace of new generation development, primarily of renewable power assets, and changes to the industry’s structure may create new classes of stranded assets.
Join us for a discussion on:
Nuclear “do-over”: How state subsidies for nuclear attempt to prevent stranded costs
Natural gas surge: Could investments in pipelines and plants become uneconomic?
Green energy: Could the race to 100% drive too much generation into the market? Are there other potential stranded assets?
Steve PiperResearch Director, Energy, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Has extensive knowledge of electric power markets as well as developments in upstream oil, natural gas, and coal industries domestically and internationally. Full Bio
Has extensive knowledge of electric power markets as well as developments in upstream oil, natural gas, and coal industries domestically and internationally. Has managed existing forecast services and launched new services aimed at energy trading and risk management segment. Has managed teams of 8-10 professionals. Served as principal author of written reports, articles for publication, and oral presentations for clients, conferences, and webinars. Experienced modeler utilizing software for electricity market simulation.
Specialties: Specialist in power and upstream fuels market forecasting, forward curve estimation, asset valuation, demand forecasting, power resource planning, and environmental analysis. Minimize
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Lilian FedericoResearch Director, Energy, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Ms. Federico has been following the power and gas utility sector for more than 30 years, and the water sector for the last three years at Regulatory Research Associates, which is now an offering of S&P Global Market Intelligence. Full Bio
Ms. Federico has been following the power and gas utility sector for more than 30 years, and the water sector for the last three years at Regulatory Research Associates, which is now an offering of S&P Global Market Intelligence.
During her 30-year tenure, she has participated in RRA's Regulatory Focus research offering, and at different times, has had responsibility for the firm's coverage of more than 20 state regulatory jurisdictions, including Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming. She has also participated extensively in the firm’s production of topical special reports on various industry and regulatory issues and contributed meaningfully to the firm’s Financial Focus equity research effort. She spearheaded RRA’s content expansions into Federal regulation of electric transmission and gas pipeline sectors, as well as state-level coverage of the water sector.
She is a 1987 graduate of Drew University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology/Business Management. She joined Regulatory Research Associates, then a stand-alone independent research firm, immediately upon her graduation from Drew. While employed by RRA, she was awarded an MBA in Financial Management from Pace University in 1992. RRA was acquired by SNL Financial in 2005, and became part of SNL Energy. In addition to myriad research responsibilities, Ms. Federico was part of the transition and integration into SNL, as a Senior Vice President of RRA. Ms. Federico was promoted to RRA President in 2011. Upon the acquisition of SNL by McGraw Hill Financial, later renamed S&P Global, her title was changed to Research Director for S&P Global Market Intelligence. Minimize
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