Webinar: How All-Source Procurement Policy Can Secure an Optimal Utility Portfolio

Industry Experts to Discuss New Report on How Competitive Procurement Can Lower Electricity Prices and Add Cleaner Energy

April 21, 2020
Contact: Kate Tracy, SACE, 865-722-4290, [email protected] + Silvio Marcacci, Energy Innovation, 415-799-2173, [email protected]

Utilities often procure new generation through processes that fail to be technology and resource-neutral leading them to own non-ideal portfolios and ultimately creating significantly higher than necessary customer costs and carbon emissions. A new report from utility industry experts outlines how “all-source procurement” allows technologies to compete fairly against each other to best meet the utility’s need. The end result is cleaner utility portfolios and savings for customers.

Four industry experts have combed through procurement examples from recent years in Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, and New Mexico to bring you a policy toolkit outlined in Making the Most of the Power Plant Market: Best Practices for All-Source Electric Generation Procurement.

On Thursday, April 30, tune in to hear experts describe what makes an optimal all-source procurement policy and how it could apply to utilities of all types and sizes as well as their regulators.

Read the full report for a more in-depth look at the best practices and case studies from across the country.

Read a report companion blog.

All-Source Procurement Webinar
Thursday, April 30th – 12 PM PT, 3 PM ET