In the past year the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) has progressed from initial discussions well into the approval process at FERC. While FERC currently is still concerned with deficiencies in the initial proposal, it seems likely that the Southeast will gain a centralized energy market in the near future. But what features will be included, and how much will it aid in lowering energy costs to customers and reducing curtailments? Columbia partner Weston Adams will moderate a panel exploring the path forward for SEEM and its potential impacts on renewable energy projects during the Southeast Renewable Energy Summit.
Starts: Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021
Ends: Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021
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