Fresh off moderating a session on October 7, 2014 at the annual Ontario Energy Association (OEA) conference regarding the outlook for Ontario’s energy supply, demand and markets, Power Advisory LLC’s Managing Director, Jason Chee-Aloy, will be speaking at the following events over the next few months.
- Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) – Possibility of Capacity Markets in Ontario (Toronto, October 22, 2014): outlook of Ontario’s electricity resource adequacy needs with an assessment of procurement options and mechanisms to meet these needs along with commentary on the IESO’s proposal to design and implement a capacity market
- Canadian Electricity Regulation Overview – Ontario’s Electricity Sector in 2025 (Toronto, October 23, 2014): outlook of potential challenges and opportunities for Ontario’s electricity sector including supply and demand balance, IESO/OPA merger and governance impacts, regulatory changes, potential for government-owned asset divestiture and impacts to market structure, and potential wholesale market design changes
- Canada Energy Storage Summit– Energy Storage Technologies: Do we actually need them? (Toronto, November 12, 2014): what are the opportunities for energy storage project development, what benefits do these projects provide, and how to effectively integrate them with the power system and markets
- Association of Power Producers of Ontario (APPrO) – Transformation Underway: 26th Annual Canadian Power Conference (Toronto, November 18, 2014): the first session in the morning addresses how the Ontario government’s Long-Term Energy Plan will need to change and what kind of transformation is Ontario in for, and the second session in the afternoon addresses resource adequacy procurement options for Ontario with an assessment of auction design, procurement contracts and other potential market mechanisms
- Canadian Power Finance – IESO/OPA Merger: What does it mean for the market? (Toronto, January 29, 2015): issues for the merger such as potential conflicts between management of procurement contracts and wholesale market operations, existing Ministerial Directives specifying procurement initiatives and how these initiatives will be met, along with other topics will be examined