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Born out of electric industry restructuring, the Restructuring Roundtable has been meeting five to six times per year since 1995 to discuss current topics related to revolutionary changes in the electric power industry in Massachusetts and throughout New England. Attendance at the Roundtable meetings averages over 200, with attendees representing a broad cross-section of regional stakeholders.
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03/28/2003 Meeting
Distributed Generation, Part I: Creation of Unified Interconnection Standards in MA
Sam Nutter, Project Manager, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
Jim Watts, Director of Marketing, Ingersoll-Rand Energy Systems
John Bonazoli, Senior Protection Engineer, FG&E/Unitil
Distributed Generation, Part II: Backup Rates/Standby Charges and the Role of the DISCo’s
Tom Casten, Chairman, World Alliance for Distributed Energy
Peter Zschokke, Vice President Regulatory Strategy and Research, National Grid
Standard Market Design in New England: Recap of the First Month and a Look Ahead.
Mark Karl, Manager of Market Development, ISO-New England
 Roundtable agenda 3/28/03 (31k)
 Tom Casten Presentation - Back-up/standby charbes (101k)
 Peter Zschokke Presentation - Stanby/backup rates (203k)
 Jim Watts & John Bonazoli Presentation - Interconnection Standards (469k)
 Sam Nutter Presentation - Interconnection Standards (815k)
 Mark Karl Presentation - Report on implementation of LMP (863k)
 DG Collaborative Interconnection Standards Report filed w/ DTE (524k)

* Photos from our 150th Gala/Symposium *

Moderator Jonathan Raab shares a laugh with morning panelists, Bill Hogan, Harvard University; Sue Tierney, Analysis Group; Peter Fox-Penner, Boston University; Richard Cowart, Regulatory Assistance Project; and John Howe, Poseidon Water.

Peter Fuller accepts Silver Jump Ball trophy for being the second most prolific speaker at the Roundtable, while Eric Johnson accepts the third place award for most prolific speaker on behalf of ISO-New England President and CEO, Gordon van Welie.

David O'Connor, New England Roundtable Founder and all-time most prolific Roundtable speaker, receives Gold Medal from Moderator Jonathan Raab.
Moderator Jonathan Raab introduces afternoon panelists, (L to R) DOER Commissioner Judith Judson; Maryrose Sylvester, President and CEO of Current, powered by GE; Anthony Eggert, Program Director, ClimateWorks Foundation; and Thomas Brostrøm, General Manager North America, DONG Energy
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