Clearing Up / Bearing Down
[March 1, 2019 / No. 1891]
Third Annual NW Power Markets Forum Set for May 15 in Portland
NewsData and CJB Energy Economics are pleased to announce our third annual "Northwest Wholesale Power Markets" conference, coming May 15 to Portland, Ore.
We invite and encourage you to join us and other energy-industry colleagues, to enhance your understanding of regional power markets, including current conditions, evolutionary forces, trends and future prospects.
This year's event is subtitled "Transition in Progress," recognizing that many changes affecting power markets are shifting from discussion to implementation. In other words, the future is arriving.
Numerous significant developments underway are likely to reshape the regional power system, including:
As these and other developments unfold, this year's Northwest Wholesale Power Markets conference will take an integrated look at key topics.
Sessions are planned on the following:
We are assembling top-notch speakers for the conference, including thought leaders and expert analysts.
In addition to opportunities to gain information and insights from panelists, the conference will offer audience participation/questions and networking.
The conference will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15, at University Place Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Portland. Continental breakfast and lunch is included.
For more details—including registration—please visit the conference website.
We look forward to seeing you May 15 for an educational and enlightening day on Northwest power markets! [Mark Ohrenschall]
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