Forum on New York Power Supply (PB350)

Venue: New York Marriott East Side

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 26, 2003 End Date/Time: Jun 27, 2003
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In its 2002 Power Alert report, the New York Independent System Operator estimated that New York needs an additional 7100 MW of new generation by 2005 to enhance reliability, increase competition and benefit the environment. Bringing in power from other locations will only be a temporary fix. In the post-Enron era, utilities and merchant generators face even greater hurdles in gaining funding for building new projects or expanding existing generation and transmission assets.

Attend CBI’s Forum on New York Power to gain an understanding of the issues and the possible solutions. Hear the experts and stakeholders discuss the challenges New York faces with generation and transmission and the current status of the New York energy market. Also explore possible methods of financing the building and expansion of power generation assets and how distributed generation could play a key role in helping to meet New York’s generation needs.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear a keynote address presented by William Museler, President and Chief Executive Officer, New York ISO on “New York’s Power Supply Situation – Requirements and Outlook”.

Benefit from the experience of 19 industry leaders including 3 detailed case studies:

-Besicorp Development, LLC – A combined cycle cogeneration facility scheduled to be online in 2005

-Long Island Power Authority – Economic and efficient energy to more than one million customers

-National Grid USA – Transmission as a stand alone business opportunity

Plus, attend one of two pre-conference workshops on Thursday, June 26th:

A) Acquire Financing to Build or Expand New York Power Assets;

B) Distributed Generation as a Viable Solution to Meet New York’s Demand