Economic Approaches to Understanding and Addressing Resilience in the Bulk Power System

This workshop explored the high level of regulatory and political interest in grid resilience, a concept still emerging from intellectual infancy.

Date

May 30, 2018

Time

9 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.

Participants

Joe Bowring, James Bushnell, Erik Ela, Robert Gramlich, Devin Hartman, Benjamin Hobbs, Michael Hogan, Granger Morgan, John Moura, Sam Newell, Karen Palmer, David Patton, Daniel Shawhan, Alison Silverstein, and Susan Tierney

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Conferences

Event Details

This workshop explored the high level of regulatory and political interest in grid resilience, a concept still emerging from intellectual infancy. In an effort to understand the nature and severity of challenges to resilience, the the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) initiated a proceeding in January. Given the limited application of economic principles and methods in the recent discussions of resilience, the goal of this economics-oriented workshop can aid FERC, RTO/ISO stakeholders, energy policymakers, Hill staffers, and others in making upcoming decisions.

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