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In 2003 the Forum focused on electricity restructuring. Participants discussed the advantages and disadvantages of national rules governing transmission, economic and market power issues affecting ownership, among other issues.
In 2001, in the wake of a year of energy price volatility, serious electricity supply and price problems in California, and new proposals for energy legislation, the 25th annual Energy Policy Forum examined factors affecting energy supply and infrast
A diverse group of experts explores questions of global and U.S. supply and demand, the prospects of alternative transportation fuels, the economic impacts of high energy prices, and the challenges of improving energy security.
Explores policies to ensure adequate and affordable energy supplies while moderating demand for energy in an economically and socially acceptable fashion.
Focuses on energy decisions facing the United States, including vulnerabilities caused by increasing oil and gas imports, how to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, and the move toward greater competition in electricity markets.
In 2004 the Forum topic was Fossil Fuels, the Hydrogen Economy, and Policy Choices.
Rapid developments in legislative and regulatory ground rules, the growth of e-commerce, improvements in supply and demand technologies, and the changing expectations of investors are buffeting traditional utilities and creating opportunities for tho
The 2010 Energy Policy Forum considered a range of challenges to "Providing Energy Services in a Changing World." The invited industry leaders and experts discussed different visions for the future of electricity, obstacles to achieving these visions, examples of transformational change in other industries, the impact of possible climate change legislation, and the challenges and opportunities for various primary energy sources. The Forum was chaired by James E. Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Duke Energy.