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2012 Aug Transmission & Wholesale Markets School
Monday, August 06, 2012 - Friday, August 10, 2012
University of Wisconsin
Pyle Center Madison, WI 53706 UNITED STATES
Edison Electric Institute and the University of Wisconsin, Madison present EEI's 2012 Transmission and Wholesale Markets School. The five-day course provides a review of market design, transmission pricing, expansion planning, and operational issues with an emphasis on the institutional and financial dimensions of policy. When you join us, you will be engaged with a team of well-known experts and seasoned veterans who will describe the current thinking on transmission issues, economics, and market design.
 
Our course articulates the technical and institutional issues on reliability, market reform, and competition and presents alternatives to help market players gain a comprehensive foundation and further understanding of electric market design. The course is accredited with the University of Wisconsin, Madison for 3 to 3.5 CLE hours. The course is designed to educate and inform electric industry newcomers as well as experienced industry executives and regulators who want to broaden their understanding of an increasingly-complex industry.
 
  • Edison Electric Institute and the University of Wisconsin, Madison present EEI's 2012 Transmission and Wholesale Markets School. The five-day course provides a review of market design, transmission pricing, expansion planning, and operational issues with an emphasis on the institutional and financial dimensions of policy. When you join us, you will be engaged with a team of well-known experts and seasoned veterans who will describe the current thinking on transmission issues, economics, and market design.
    Our course articulates the technical and institutional issues on reliability, market reform, and competition and presents alternatives to help market players gain a comprehensive foundation and further understanding of electric market design. The course is accredited with the University of Wisconsin, Madison for 3 to 3.5 CLE hours. The course is designed to educate and inform electric industry newcomers as well as experienced industry executives and regulators who want to broaden their understanding of an increasingly-complex industry.
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