In this June 2015 webinar, ICF International experts explore the categories of benefits and costs considered, with emphasis on the differences between system-level and locational benefits and the methodologies defined to evaluate both deferred capital expenditures and hosting capacity under scenario-driven frameworks.
In this October 2014 webinar, ICF International experts discuss the latest ICForecast release.
In this January 2015 webinar, ICF International experts discuss the newest release of the ICForecast Integrated Outlook, focusing on the coal, regulatory, and power markets.
In this June 2015 webinar, an ICF International energy market advisory expert explains how resource adequacy (capacity) prices at current levels are likely to result in mass retirements in the midterm.
In this March 2015 webinar, ICF International experts discuss key factors involved in identifying potential upstream investment opportunities based on analysis of well economics.
In this March 2015 webinar, ICF International experts leverage their unique insights into the Clean Power Plan to help utilities, merchants, and investors prepare and plan for the implications of the proposed rule on the reliability of the electric system.
In this May 2015 webinar, ICF International experts explore historical concerns related to gas-electric integration and the new concerns related to the Clean Power Plan (CPP).
In this May 2015 webinar, ICF International experts examine the opportunity for behind-the-meter generation (BMG) using waste energy recovery (WER) and conservation combined heat and power (CCHP) in Ontario.
In this April 2015 webinar, ICF International experts examine the underlying issues posed by the convergence of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) and regional gas delivery constraints and demonstrate ICF's approach to determining where the biggest challenges may arise.
In this April 2015 webinar, ICF International emissions management experts discuss the methodology differentiate between various components of lost and unaccounted for (LAUF) gas and the ways it will prepare states and local distribution companies to better manage emissions and prepare for possible U.S. federal regulation requirements.
In this February 2015 webinar, ICF International experts examine implications, strategies, and opportunities in the oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids (NGL) markets due to the recent changes in oil prices.
In this February 2015 webinar, ICF International examines details of PJM independent system operators' (ISO) capacity performance (CP) proposal and its major implications on PJM ISO markets.
In this January 2015 webinar, ICF International examines challenges presented to companies due to regulations proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on reducing CO2 emissions and on how they should respond.
In this January 2015 webinar, ICF International experts discuss the polar vortex and its effects on the natural gas industry.
In this December 2014 webinar, ICF International presents a post–American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) outlook for the alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) industry and shares new trends related to plug-in electric, biofuel, natural gas, propane, and hydrogen-fueled vehicles.
In this November 2014 webinar, ICF International discusses the new Pay-for-Performance Initiative (PI) and its implications on New England's ISO (ISO-NE) energy and capacity markets.
In this November 2014 webinar, ICF International gas experts discuss the outlook for the coming winter in the context of last year's polar vortex and the subsequent performance of the North American natural gas market.
In this October 2014 webinar, ICF International examines potential impacts of the Clean Power Program on the scale and value of energy efficiency programs.
In this September 2014 webinar, ICF International addresses how North American natural gas liquids (NGL) markets find a new balance in the era of shale-gas associated production boom.
In this July 2014 webinar, ICF International examines how utilities are taking advantage of combined heat and power (CHP) market trends and highlights four potential ways for utilities to benefit from CHP.
In this April 2014 webinar, ICF International discusses the recent polar vortex—its false view of reliability, how to avoid similar situations in the future, and why investors should position themselves for opportunities in the short/medium and long term.
In this April 2014 webinar, ICF International explores how the combination of rapid declines in capital costs, a proliferation of financing options, and growing interest in sustainability make renewable energy an attractive investment for many firms.
In this March 2014 webinar, ICF International explores current dynamics and issues in midstream infrastructure development, including North America's midstream infrastructure needs over the next decade and the robust development of shale resources currently underway.
In this March 2014 webinar, ICF International and an expert from Central Hudson Gas and Electric explore how advanced gas analytics can help utilities strengthen their natural gas conversion programs.
In this February 2014 webinar, ICF International examines the CO2 standards for existing generation sources.
In this February 2014 webinar, ICF International experts examine wind power hedge contracts, methodologies to evaluate their performance and quantify the associated risk, and treatment of the "basis risk" in hedge contracts and its implications for project economics.
In this January 2014 webinar, ICF International discusses how the natural gas and gas liquids industries have undergone a dramatic change over the last several years.
In this January 2014 webinar, ICF International discusses the increased focus on “internal controls” for NERC compliance, the importance of internal controls, and what moving to an internal controls based approach means for the energy industry.
In this December 2013 webinar, ICF International gas experts discuss views and expectations for future gas price behavior for the North American natural gas market, including current drivers and uncertainties.