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Considerations in Building an Economic Low Carbon Electric System
January 19, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-7
PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY SPRING WEBINAR SERIES
CONSIDERATIONS IN BUILDING AN ECONOMIC LOW CARBON ELECTRIC SYSTEM
Topic: CONSIDERATIONS IN BUILDING AN ECONOMIC LOW CARBON ELECTRIC SYSTEM
SPEAKER: Alice K. Jackson, President, Xcel Energy – Colorado
Hosted by: PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Time: TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021 – 1:00PM – 2:00PM MT
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Please join the Payne Institute for Public Policy at the Colorado School of Mines as we welcome Alice K. Jackson, President, Xcel Energy – Colorado, presenting at webinar titled Considerations in Building an Economic Low Carbon Electric System on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 from 1:00pm – 2:00pm (MT).
Utilities, states, and nations around the world are focused on how to drive carbon out of the electric system not only for existing electric customers, but also because these same entities view electrification of other industries to be a key to combating climate change. In this discussion, we will explore some of the considerations that must be taken into account when building a low carbon electric system from the driver seat of a utility. What are the socialized economic impact considerations as well as the direct economic impacts on communities and individuals?
Alice K. Jackson is President of Xcel Energy – Colorado, a company serving 1.4 million electric customers and 1.3 million natural gas customers. The company is a recognized industry leader in delivering affordable and reliable service, providing clean energy choices, and in reducing carbon and other emissions. Since joining Xcel Energy in 2011, Ms. Jackson has held various positions of increasing responsibility. Most recently Ms. Jackson was Vice President of Strategic Revenue Initiatives, where she built a team to generate new revenues through exploring and integrating new technologies and economic development initiatives in addition to looking at new options for Xcel Energy’s unregulated businesses.