Restructuring the Texas Power Market

Venue: Renaissance Houston Hotel

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 28, 2002 End Date/Time: Oct 29, 2002
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The state of Texas began deregulating its electric retail market for competition on January 1, 2002. Since then, Texas has failed to meet the standards set for it. However, Texas is still further ahead of other deregulated states. This conference focuses on how Texas implemented deregulation more smoothly than any US state and shows solutions to mistakes made during the deregulation process.

Market competition, transmission constraints and customer switching challenges are the key problems in Texas’s newly competitive electric market. Learn how to break into this lucrative market using lessons learned in other states, successfully work with ERCOT to ease transmission constraints and deploy the right mix of process and technology to ensure smooth and timely customer switching.

CBI’s “Restructuring the Texas Power Market” conference, October 28-29, 2002 in Houston, TX provides senior executives in the deregulated energy sector with all they need to know about market competition, transmission planning, capacity optimization, customer awareness campaigns, and customer switching.

Take Advantage of these Outstanding Case Studies:

GE Equity – Evaluates investing in renewable energy

TXU -- Explores solutions for the kinks in the pilot program and how they translate to actual deregulation

Xcel -- Deploys price hedging to prevent summer residential backlash

Reliant-- Takes proactive steps to foster liquidity through constant improvement of systems, product, market, credit and financial initiatives

Mirant -- Devises a plan to serve all customers without driving up prices

Calpine — Secures long-term summer contract portfolios


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