Electricity 101 provides a high-level overview of the electric utility industry, including the way in which power is generated, distributed, and regulated.
Part two of the Beneficial Coal Ash Reuse study series will explore the impacts and barriers to entry that still exist for coal ash reuse in the United States.
Gas 101 provides an introduction to natural gas utility operations and regulation in the United States.
The National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory invite State Energy Offices, public utility commissions, and utility consumer advocates to participate in one of three regional trainings on distribution system planning and resilience planning in fall 2023 and winter 2024.
The refreshed training content will focus on cybersecurity topics through the lens of a public utility regulator. Subject matter experts, recruited from around the country, will make presentations, lead engaging activities, and offer topical and timely “boots on the ground” perspectives.
The FRI Advanced Seminar on Transformational Utility Pricing and Rate Design focuses on the theory and application of utility ratemaking and pricing to address the transformation of the industry.
This course is specifically designed to capture the nuances of the electric industry.
This course is specifically designed to capture the nuances of the natural gas local distribution (LDC) industry.