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Presentations and Committee Meetings

  1. COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C.

    JANUARY 18-19, 2005

Congressional Expectations for the Study

Beth Tritter, Office of Congresswoman Nita M. Lowey, Representative from New York’s 18th District

Department of Energy Perspectives: Indian Point Energy Alternatives Study

Philip Overholt, U.S. Department of Energy

Transmission Considerations for the Replacement of Indian Point Generation with Alternate Sources

John Kucek, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy—Resource Potential in New York State: Summary of Potential Analysis Prepared for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)

Lawrence Pakenas, NYSERDA, and John Plunkett, Optimal Energy, Inc.

Indian Point: What Could Wind Contribute?

Randall Swisher, American Wind Energy Association

Natural Gas Use in Eastern New York: Can the Indian Point Nuclear Facility Be Replaced by Gas-Fired Power Generation?

Harry Vidas, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc.

  1. COMMITTEE MEETING, CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK

    MARCH 14-16, 2005

Northeast Power Coordinating Council (NPCC) Reliability Criteria, Guides, and Procedures

Philip Fedora, Northeast Power Coordinating Council

New York Power Generation Development Overview

Bill Quinn, Argos Utilities, LLC

ICF Power Market Analysis Capabilities

Juanita Haydel, ICF Consulting

Entergy’s Views

Michael R. Kansler, Entergy Nuclear Northeast

Building Transmission Lines

Steve Mitnick, Conjunction LLC

New York State Department of Public Service

Howard Tarler, New York State Department of Public Service

Westchester County Government Views

The Honorable Andrew J. Spano, Office of the Westchester County Executive

Westchester County Legislature Views

The Honorable Michael B. Kaplowitz, Westchester County Board of Legislators

Alternatives to Indian Point

Bruce Biewald, Synapse Energy Economics, Inc; Alex Matthiessen, Riverkeeper; and Fred Zalcman, Pace Law School Energy Project

New York Independent System Operator Views

Garry Brown, New York Independent System Operator (NYISO)

Con Edison Views

Michael Forte, Con Edison

Financing New Electric Generation

Carl Seligson, Economic and Strategic Consultant



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Alternatives to the Indian Point Energy Center for Meeting New York Electric Power Needs B Presentations and Committee Meetings COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 18-19, 2005 Congressional Expectations for the Study Beth Tritter, Office of Congresswoman Nita M. Lowey, Representative from New York’s 18th District Department of Energy Perspectives: Indian Point Energy Alternatives Study Philip Overholt, U.S. Department of Energy Transmission Considerations for the Replacement of Indian Point Generation with Alternate Sources John Kucek, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy—Resource Potential in New York State: Summary of Potential Analysis Prepared for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Lawrence Pakenas, NYSERDA, and John Plunkett, Optimal Energy, Inc. Indian Point: What Could Wind Contribute? Randall Swisher, American Wind Energy Association Natural Gas Use in Eastern New York: Can the Indian Point Nuclear Facility Be Replaced by Gas-Fired Power Generation? Harry Vidas, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc. COMMITTEE MEETING, CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK MARCH 14-16, 2005 Northeast Power Coordinating Council (NPCC) Reliability Criteria, Guides, and Procedures Philip Fedora, Northeast Power Coordinating Council New York Power Generation Development Overview Bill Quinn, Argos Utilities, LLC ICF Power Market Analysis Capabilities Juanita Haydel, ICF Consulting Entergy’s Views Michael R. Kansler, Entergy Nuclear Northeast Building Transmission Lines Steve Mitnick, Conjunction LLC New York State Department of Public Service Howard Tarler, New York State Department of Public Service Westchester County Government Views The Honorable Andrew J. Spano, Office of the Westchester County Executive Westchester County Legislature Views The Honorable Michael B. Kaplowitz, Westchester County Board of Legislators Alternatives to Indian Point Bruce Biewald, Synapse Energy Economics, Inc; Alex Matthiessen, Riverkeeper; and Fred Zalcman, Pace Law School Energy Project New York Independent System Operator Views Garry Brown, New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) Con Edison Views Michael Forte, Con Edison Financing New Electric Generation Carl Seligson, Economic and Strategic Consultant

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Alternatives to the Indian Point Energy Center for Meeting New York Electric Power Needs COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 31-JUNE 1, 2005 Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) N.Z. Shilling, GE New York State Public Benefits Energy Efficiency Programs Paul A. DeCotis, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority SITE VISIT, SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK JULY 25-26, 2005 CLOSED COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES OCTOBER 17-18, 2005 CLOSED COMMITTEE MEETING, THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES NOVEMBER 21-22, 2005