Discover how Duke Energy’s Carolina integrated resource plans (IRPs) over-rely on gas-fired generation while largely ignoring renewables-based options ⎼ a recurring oversight in utility planning efforts in the U.S.
Log in Thursday, April 15th at 1:00 p.m. EDT for an accessible deep-dive with IEEFA energy analyst Dennis Wamsted who will explore current plans and discuss alternatives.
Drawing on an in-depth review of Duke’s pending IRPs in North and South Carolina, the webinar will cover areas relevant for both regulators and activists across the country, including:
WHAT: Duke Energy IRPs in Carolinas: Overlooking renewable alternatives to gas
WHO: Dennis Wamsted, IEEFA analyst and report series author
WHEN: Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 1:00 pm EDT
To register (it’s free!), go here.
IEEFA report series: Key Shortcomings in Duke’s North Carolina IRPs, An Issue-By-Issue Analysis
Part 1 – Over-relying on gas-fired generation
Part 2 – Overstating electricity demand growth
Part 3 – Overlooking battery storage
Part 4 – Ignoring cost savings from renewables
Webinar registration: bit.ly/3uDa5FE
Vivienne Heston ([email protected]), tel: +1 (914) 439-8921
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