supply and delivery are highly technical, complex and interrelated issues.
Historically the generation sector was made up of traditional production
facilities such as coal, nuclear, hydro, gas and oil. Today, generation is more
diverse and includes not only traditional fuel sources but also a wide range of
renewable generation, such as wind and solar. In addition, integrated
resource planning and demand-side programs also impact supply-side options. This
webinar, aimed at policy makers and non-technical management, focuses on the
first step in the complex power supply chain, the production of electric energy.
The webinar will also present an overview of the major types of generation
characteristics when supplying the daily load curves.
o Instructor: Wallace Barron, President, Barron Associates, Inc.