BRIDGE Energy Group to Share Thought Leadership at PowerForward Ohio PUC Commission Proceedings

Company Selected as an Energy Visionary to Discuss Electric Distribution System of the Future

Sandy Simon, BRIDGE Energy Group VP of Transmission & Distribution, will discuss Market Design Considerations for new Distribution System Markets on March 8 at the PowerForward Ohio, Public Utilities Commission proceeding for the state of Ohio.
Sandy Simon, BRIDGE Energy Group VP of Transmission & Distribution, will discuss Market Design Considerations for new Distribution System Markets on March 8 at the PowerForward Ohio, Public Utilities Commission proceeding for the state of Ohio.

NEWTON, Mass., March 01, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BRIDGE Energy Group (BRIDGE) today announced that Sandy Simon, VP of Transmission & Distribution has been selected to present at the PowerForward Ohio, Public Utilities Commission proceeding for the state of Ohio. Simon’s presentation, Distribution System Markets: Market Design Considerations will be part of Phase 3: Ratemaking and Regulation, and will be held on Thursday, March 8, 3:15-5:15 PM.

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The PowerForward series intends to chart a clear path forward for future grid modernization projects, innovative regulations and forward-thinking policies. Presentations by industry experts such as BRIDGE offer the Ohio Public Utilities Commission and attendees a better understanding of the electric distribution grid and how technological enhancements could affect different stakeholders as well as frame the grid of the future.

On March 8th BRIDGE’s Sandy Simon will join Bradley Williams (Oracle) and Paul Sotkiewicz (E-Cubed Policy Associated) to discuss Market Design Considerations for new Distribution System Markets. The presentation will address current utility operations and the extensive changes ahead. Simon’s unique expertise will offer:

  • Experience on how new technology integrations lay the foundation to future changes.
  • Insights as to the potential impact of utilities as operators of a “transactive energy marketplace.”
  • Knowledge on how 3rd parties entering the market can potentially compete with utilities.

“The manner in which we produce and distribute power in the future will be guided and optimized by technology innovations brought to life by utility companies and their 3rd party partners,” Simon said. “I look forward to joining my colleagues at this important event as we discuss the foundations of a new and more efficient energy marketplace; one better equipped to serve the needs of a connected customer.”

To improve your utility organization’s operational performance, contact BRIDGE Energy Group at 1.888.351.8999 or via www.bridgeenergygroup.com/contact-us/

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BRIDGE Energy Group is a consulting and systems integration firm transforming Transmission & Distribution operations.  We leverage operations, technology, analytics, visualization and real-time systems expertise to deliver innovative and pragmatic solutions. Our focus is on solving utility challenges and improving grid security and reliability while increasing profitability and efficiency for our clients.  For more information on BRIDGE, please contact 888-351-8999 or visit www.BridgeEnergyGroup.com.

For more information, contact:

Jackie Abramian
BridgeView Marketing (for BRIDGE Energy Group)
603-570-7533
Jackie@bridgeviewmarketing.com
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