Uncertainty haunts the United States utility industry: Natural-gas prices have plummeted, environmental regulations are throttling coal-fired power, and nuclear power's viability is being questioned in the wake of the Japanese nuclear disaster and the termination of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.
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The Great Recession has frozen retirement plans for many workers, and when the ice breaks, there will be significant turnover in the work force. The Congress, ideologically deadlocked, has not passed a national energy policy, so utility executives are forced to improvise and make strategic decisions with little assurance that they will fit the circumstances that eventually develop. The speakers at this event will share their insights on these conditions and how they are dealing with them in their own companies.
Jon E. Jipping, COO, ITC Holdings, Novi, Mich.
Anita J. Decker, COO, Bonneville Power Administration, Portland, Ore.
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