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GoodGrid Podcast “Grid Geeks” features Amanda Ormond on the Navajo Generating Station

Allison Clements of GoodGrid (a clean energy and advanced grid strategy and policy consulting firm) hosts a regular podcast ("Grid Geeks")that explores technical, political and market issues around the western power system. On the July 20, 2017 episode, Amanda Ormond, Managing Director of Western Grid Group, joined to discuss the technical and some of the people issues related to coal plant retirements. It focused specifically on the Navajo Generating Station near Page, Arizona, which provides a case study with several similarities and unique attributes as compared to retiring coal plants across the West. For all Good Grid blog and podcast posts: http://www.goodgrid.net/blog/ Grid Geek - episode 5: https://soundcloud.com/user-179076100/ep5-a-coal-retirement-case-study-the-navajo-generating-station

PIO Comments on FERC Essential Reliability Services and the Evolving Bulk Power Systems – Prim...

WGG joined other Public Interest Organizations in filing comments to FERC on Docket No. RM16-6-000 FERC-2016-1609: FERC Essential Reliability Services and the Evolving Bulk Power Systems - Primary Frequency Response.

VIDEO: California ISO Symposium 2016 – Panel 3 – The Environmental Perspective

California ISO Symposium 2016 - Panel 3 - The Environmental Perspective. Sacramento, CA - September 7, 2016 Amanda Ormond, WGG; Jennifer Gardner, WRA; Carl Zichella, NRDC; Travis Ritchie, Sierra Club

WGG files comments on CASIO SB350 study

June 22, 2016 - Western Grid Group (WGG) and other public interest organizations filed comments on the CAISO SB 350 study results that list 19 categories of unquantified RSO benefits.. The comments estimate the benefits could triple those reported to the California legislature, and could be worth up to $165 million by 2020 and more than $500 million by 2030.

WGG, NRDC and NWEC file comments on CAISO straw proposal

Western Grid Group (WGG) filed comments on March 16, 2016 in response to California ISO’s straw proposal for Regional Resource Adequacy (RA).

WGG submits comments on Transmission Access Charge Options Initiative

On November 20, 2015, the Western Grid Group submitted comments on the the issue paper for the Transmission Access Charge Options Initiative proposed by the California ISO.

WGG files comments on WA UTC storage docket

WGG filed comments to Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission's docket UE-151069 - Modeling Energy Storage in Integrated Resource Planning. Comments were filed September 25, 2015. Embedded and PDF.