Webcast: Utilities Primer - Infrastructure Development and Energy Efficiency (11:00 AM EST)

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Originally Presented: February 26, 2013 11:00 AM, Webcast


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    Utilities are facing unprecedented challenges ranging from a changing fuel mix to the implementation of efficiency technologies and pricing mechanisms that will guide generation, transmission and distribution CAPEX over the coming decade. William Sim, Chief Executive Officer of utility sector consultancy Midlothian Associates, Inc., and former Senior Vice President of Utility Operations at Pepco, will discuss key drivers of change in the utility industry. Talking Points: • Drivers of generation, transmission and distribution development • Regulatory impact on smart grid development and energy efficiency: challenges of revenue decoupling and dynamic pricing • Impact of natural gas pricing on generation mix • Smart grid and efficiency technologies • Outlook for bulk power storage IMPORTANT To participate, attendees must have pre-registered on the GLG Research Management Platform (RMP) prior to 5:00 PM EST/2:00 PM PST on Monday, February 25, 2013. A URL for the Webcast will be provided in the confirmation email and on this page the day of the scheduled Webcast. ABOUT GLG WEBCASTS Webcasts educate business and investment professionals through online presentations on current trends and core concepts in various industries. GLG Webcasts typically consist of a 30-minute presentation, followed by a Q&A session. Presentation audio is delivered via attendees' computers.

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