The energy sector and utilities are in the midst of a transition to the use of clean energy. The success of that transition depends to a large extent on the ability of markets to support required investment and supply reliable and affordable energy to users while increasing reliance on renewable energy. This panel will explore fundamental issues and solutions to address this challenge.
1) What strategies should be employed to maintain supply reliability while integrating more renewable energies?
2) Do regulators need to rethink how markets are structured? Or how reliability services are defined and procured?
3) What should regulators consider to ensure that power grids transformation in their jurisdictions can deliver clean and reliable energy?