Lecture: May 5, 2015

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Navigating the changing needs of the CA electricity grid and regulatory policy.

Mona Tierney-Lloyd Senior Director, Western Regulatory Affairs EnerNOC, Inc.

Bio

Mona has been involved in California energy policy and government affairs for nearly 20 years and has 30 years of energy experience. She is currently employed by EnerNOC, Inc., a leading energy intelligence software and solutions company, and has responsibility for regulatory affairs in the Western and Midwestern Statesí for six years. EnerNOC provides commercial and industrial customers with software, information and management services for how they buy energy, how much they use and when they use it. EnerNOC provides demand management services to utilities and grid operators. Mona represents and advocates on behalf of EnerNOCís business interests before state regulatory agencies in support of expanding opportunities for energy management services to commercial and industrial companies. She has also worked to integrate demand resources into the wholesale markets of California and the Midwest Independent System Operators. Prior to her employment with EnerNOC, Mona was a Regional Vice President of Government Affairs for Constellation NewEnergy and Director of Government Affairs for Enron Energy Services. She also worked for San Diego Gas & Electric and a natural gas utility In New Jersey, Elizabethtown Gas. Mona began her career working for a natural gas and petroleum exploration and development company (Atlas Energy Group). She has a BS Degree in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from Penn State.

Abstract

Navigating the changing needs of the CA electricity grid with customer services and regulatory policy. Can we change customer consumption patterns to match the needs of the system? Discuss the changing roles of utilities and regulators.

Lecture Notes

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