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Next Study Committee C5 Business Meeting (2018 Paris General Meeting) 

  • August 30, 2018

     (Go to Activities tab on the What is C5? Page for a detailed list of meeting logistics) 

 

     

2018 Preferential Subjects

 PS 1 - The need to change business and regulatory models driven by increase in distributed resources, storage and demand response. 

  • Evolution of regulatory models given reduction in revenue and negative load growth
  • Evolution of regulatory models to accommodate distributed and/or renewable resources in a challenging economic situation
  • Optimal evolution of markets at all levels

PS 2 - Impact of climate policy on electricity markets

  • Methods to adapt electricity markets given the trend to zero marginal cost resources and feasibility of such evolution 
  • Market response to public policy driven intervention and methods by which  markets can be utilized to implement public policy
  • Market design or regulatory changes that can be considered to make markets more resilient to such intervention

PS 3 - Localized markets or microgrids interacting with wholesale markets

  • Methods to leverage markets for localized resources to provide system services
  • Market signals and schemes that can be utilized to harmonize and coordinate resources across transmission / distribution interface
  • Market design changes that can be considered at wholesale and retail level to manage localized resource interactions
2018 Paris General Meeting dates are 28 August - 1 September 2018

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PREVIOUS PAPER SESSIONS

2016 Preferential Subjects
  • PS 1 - Interactions between Wholesale and Retail Markets: The future of Regulation
  • PS 2 - Market Models and Regulatory Structures in an Evolving Industry Situation
  • PS 3 - Distributed Resource and demand Response Integration from the perspective of Electricity Market Structures
2014 Preferential Subjects
  • PS 1 - Electricity Market Governance, Market Models and Market Development Objectives
  • PS 2 - Price Responsiveness of Demand; Demand Response Models for Market Participation and Distributed Gen. Impacts on Markets
  • PS 3 - Integrating renewable resources from the perspective of the electricity market
2012 Preferential Subjects
  • PS 1 - Integrating Renewable Energy Sources into Electricity Markets - Lessons Learnt
  • PS 2 - Electricity Market Operating experiences and Market Performance Analyses
  • PS 3 - How is the development of advanced technologies likely to impact development of Market Designs
2010 Preferential Subjects
  • PS 1 - Integrating Renewable Energy Sources into Electricity Markets - Lessons Learnt
  • PS 2 - Electricity Market Operating experiences and Market Performance Analyses
  • PS 3 - How is the development of advanced technologies likely to impact development of Market Designs
2008 Preferential Subjects

There are three Preferential Subject sessions proposed for Study Committee C5. One of the three sessions (PS 1) will be held in common with Study Committee D2. The three sessions are:

PS 1 - Information and Communication Systems in the Deregulation of the Electric Sector (joint with D2) (DOC, 20kB)

PS 2 - Incentives for Investing in Generation and Transmission in an Electricity Market environment (DOC, 20kB)

PS 3 - Interactions between System Security rules and Market rules (DOC, 20kB)

2006 Preferential Subjects

For 2006, three (3) Preferential Subjects were proposed (PS 2 and PS 3 were later combined into one session). The 2006 Preferential Subjects were:

PS 1 - Regulators and Regulation (pdf, 18kB)

PS 2 - Electricity Markets & Market Designs (pdf, 18kB)

PS 3 - Financial and Economic Incentives (pdf, 18kB)