Regulatory Commission Members Discuss How SGIP Helps Shape Smart Grid State and Federal Policies. Register NOW.
Join state and local regulators on this Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) webinar to hear how SGIP Member regulators apply their SGIP experiences to improve on-the-job performance by saving valuable real-time Commission resources and better serve their constituents. Participating Member State Commission representatives will highlight specific work of SGIP committees and sub-committees where involvement by state commissioners and their staff have yielded high impact results including the Business & Policy Domain Expert Working Group; Smart Grid Implementation Methods Committee; Smart Grid Cybersecurity Committee Privacy Subgroup; and the Priority Action Plan (PAP-20) for Green Button Energy Services Provider Interface Evolution.
In addition, learn how the activities SGIP members pursue have important state and federal policy implications, such as:
• Preparing guidance for the protection of consumer privacy and consumer access to electricity usage data;
• Developing cybersecurity guidelines for standards that may be incorporated in power system reliability rules and critical infrastructure guidance;
• Highlighting the utilities’ experiences, benefits and issues in implementation of interoperable Smart Grid systems and;
• Identifying performance and reliability requirements for Smart Grid communications.
This interactive live webinar will be moderated by Commissioner Nick Wagner, Iowa Utilities Board and SGIP Board Director representing the Stakeholders Group for State and Local Regulators (Category 19). A question and answer period will follow panel presentations. This webinar is offered at no charge and open to the public.