Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law
REV Forum: Time Variant Pricing
Who cares about time-variant electricity pricing? It's a ninety-nine percent issue, so that's me and you! Our ability as consumers to pay different prices for electricity depending upon when it is used reduces electric bills. So, let's get on with Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) at the consumer level and abandon flat electricity pricing.
Time Variant Pricing Conference - impact on residential consumer energy behavior will be crucial, A.Zibelman, NY PSC— Sallan Foundation (@Sallan_Found) March 31, 2015
The following clip is cued to Audrey Zibelman, Chair, New York State Public Service Commission who gives REV overview from the consumer POV.
On the REV Agenda: The Role of Time-Variant Pricing forum hosted by the Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law has been made available for viewing in its entirety which has been embedded at the end of this post.
Here's one of the more interesting exchanges — Elizabeth Brooke Stein poses questions on behalf of the Environmental Defense Fund membership to Ahmad Faruqui, Principal, Brattle Group. Although the clip looks the same as the one above, it is cued up so that when you hit the play button it starts with the exchange.
Event organizer Rory Christian, Director, New York Clean Energy, Environmental Defense Fund penned a post-conference piece highlighting an interesting takeaway from the forum — Who Could Benefit Most from Fair Electricity Pricing? Low-Income Customers
On the REV Agenda In Four Parts
Feel free to download the event agenda prior to viewing.