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  • IPU-MSU | Certificate of Continuing Regulatory Education
    For courses taught a syllabus and institutional attestation will be required A published article in a peer reviewed journal also will be accepted IPU will continue to provide program participation certificates as well as arrange continuing education credits for attorneys accountants and other regulatory professionals BREAKDOWN OF CREDITS Back to top CERTIFICATE TIERS AND CREDITS Three tiers of certificates will be offered CCRE I 240 credits CCRE II 360 cumulative credits CCRE III 480 cumulative credits Each professional development program specifies the number of credits that may be earned Credits also may be awarded for past participation in eligible programs Back to top CCRE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Drawing from research and education affiliates in the regulatory policy community the CCRE Advisory Committee serves in a peer based advisory capacity to IPU MSU and operates on an academic consensus model The CCRE Advisory Committee provides ongoing input to IPU regarding program design and opportunities for earning credits IPU MSU and the CCRE Advisory Committee actively seek input from NARUC and NARUC members with regard to evaluation criteria used in granting credits toward certification and inform NARUC about educational opportunities Initial members of the CCRE Advisory Committee will include Dr Janice A Beecher Michigan State University Chair Commissioner John Betkoski Connecticut PURA Dr David Dismukes Louisiana State University Dr Douglas Gegax New Mexico State University Dr Mark Jamison University of Florida Dr Karl McDermott University of Illinois Mr Don Smith University of Denver Dr Raj Barua National Regulatory Research Institute The NARUC staff contact for the CCRE program is Ms Erin Hammel ehammel naruc org Additional members may be invited to participate by IPU with the advice and consent of the CCRE Advisory Committee Back to top FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FAQs What is the Certificate of Continuing Regulatory Education CCRE The CCRE is designed to recognize the dedication and efforts of lifelong learners Public utility regulation is an intellectually demanding and transdisciplinary field of practice Applied post graduate education professional development and networking with peers are regarded as essential Effective regulation relies fundamentally on technical and analytical skills as well as an understanding of structural dynamics and contemporary issues Why is IPU offering a Certificate of Continuing Regulatory Education CCRE IPU designed the CCRE program to recognize the sustained commitment of regulatory personnel to their continuing education and professional development IPU s sponsorship of the CCRE is in keeping with our mission as well as the growing interest in certification as a complement to traditional academic degree programs Does NARUC endorse the CCRE The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners NARUC endorses and promotes the CCRE as part of its commitment to regulatory education In fact certificates are signed both by the IPU Director and a NARUC official What s more the NARUC Subcommittee on Education and Research appoints a member to sit on the CCRE Advisory Committee Is CCRE for me If you regularly attend professional education programs related to regulation a CCRE will give you an added credential that you have

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  • PURPA Information Database
    service to QF was inconsistent of the Public Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 due to QF s non payment KENTUCKY Statutes and Regulations 807 KRS 5 054 LOUISANA Statutes and Regulations Louisiana Administrative Code 15 1 et seq MICHIGAN Statutes and Regulations MCL 460 1035 MAINE Statutes and Regulations Code Me R 65 407 360 sec 1 8 35 A MRSA sec 3301 3309 MINNESOTA Statutes and Regulations Minn Stat 216B 164 MN Admin Code Public Utilities Commission Chapter 7835 MONTANA Statutes and Regulations 69 3 601 MCA to 69 3 604 MCA NEVADA Statutes and Regulations NRS 704 8771 704 8793 NEW HAMPSHIRE Statutes and Regulations NHRS 362 A 1 NHRS 362 A 9 NEW MEXICO Statutes and Regulations New Mexico Administrative Code 17 9 570 1 through 17 9 570 15 Commission Order Decisions Case No 12 00332 UT Adoption of proposed rules governing cogeneration and small power production Articles New Mexico utility outside RTO or ISO seeks PURPA Section 210 m exemption NORTH DAKOTA Statutes and Regulations North Dakota Administrative Code 69 09 07 01 to 69 09 07 13 NEW HAMPSHIRE Statutes and Regulations NHRS 362 A 1 through 362 A 9 NEW YORK FERC Order New York State Electric Gas Corporation and Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation 130 FERC 61 216 Docket No QM10 3 000 Issued March 18 2010 Order denying New York Electric and Gas Corporation from terminating purchase obligation from Cornell University NEW HAMPSHIRE Statutes and Regulations NHRS 362 A 1 through 362 A 9 NORTH DAKOTA Statutes and Regulations North Dakota Administrative Code 69 09 07 01 to 69 09 07 13 OHIO Statutes and Regulations Ohio Statutes 4928 01 et seq OH PUC Additional Info CHP 101 Workshop March 9 2012 OREGON Statutes and Regulations ORS 758 505 through 785 555 Oregon Administrative Code 860 029 0001 through 0100 Comission Order Decisions Docket UM 1129 Information on purchasing from QF Docket UM 1610 General investigation into QF contracting and pricing OR PUC Additional Info Guidelines for requesting cogeneration exemption Basic Information on Orgeon s Application of PURPA PENNSYLVANIA Statutes and Regulations 66 Pa C S sec 527 52 Pa C S sec 57 31 57 39 RHODE ISLAND Statutes and Regulations R I Gen Laws 39 3 39 SOUTH DAKOTA Statutes and Regulations South Dakota Administrative Rules 20 10 36 01 et seq TEXAS Statutes and Regulations Tex Util Code 35 061 to 35 066 16 TAC 25 242 Public Utility Commission of Texas UTAH Statutes and Regulations Utah Code 54 12 1 VERMONT Statutes and Regulations Code of Vermont Rules 30 000 015 Vermont Public Service Board Rule 4 100 et seq WASHINGTON Statutes and Regulations WAC 480 107 001 to 999 and 480 108 001 to 999 RCW 39 35C 070 and 39 35C 080 Commission Order Decisions Docket Number UE 060649 Interconnection rules for customer owned generation facilities Docket Number UE 030423 adopting bidding rules for elec utilities purchases from QF and independent power producers LIST OF

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  • IPU-MSU | Annual Regulatory Studies Program: Camp NARUC
    msu edu Returning Campers receive a 10 discount on their registration fee CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS Participants in IPU programs are awarded a certificate of participation as well as applicable continuing education credits and credits toward a Certificate of Continuing Regulatory Education CCRE endorsed by NARUC IPU MSU will apply for accreditation or registration of the program However application does not guarantee approval The Annual Regulatory Studies Program is eligible for the following credits CPE Credits 40 credit hours for Week 1 and 37 credit hours for Week 2 CLE Credits 64 credit hours based on 60 minute hour 76 8 credit hours based on 50 minute hour CCRE Credits 40 hours per week visit the CCRE page for additional information Program Learning Objectives Week 1 Objectives To understand the core theory principles and practices of public utility regulation To understand the economic and legal basis for utility regulation To understand the role of accounting and finance in the regulatory process To understand the basics of the utility rate setting process To compare and contrast the utility sectors electricity gas water and telecom Week 2 Objectives To understand how regulation has evolved and adapted to changing conditions To understand the federal and state roles in utility regulation To understand how regulation relates to anti trust policy and environmental protection To understand contemporary issues and methods specific to the utility sectors To understand the consumer perspective in utility regulation Program Level The Week 1 program is classified as basic and no prerequisites apply The Week 2 program is classified as intermediate Both programs are accessible to early career professionals working in the regulatory policy community Program Prerequisites No prerequisites are required to attend Week 1 Week 2 participants should have completed Week 1 of the program attended another introductory program such as the NARUC Utility Rate School or have relevant academic or practical experience Background and preparatory resources are available on the IPU website as well as the IPU research page Program Delivery The program delivery method is classified as a group live event and consists primarily of lectures by experienced professionals including examples and opportunity for discussion Active learning and participation are encouraged Instructors are accessible for individual assistance throughout the program Cancellation and Refunds Cancellations are generally accepted until one week before the program Substitutions are accepted at any time Program fees may be applied toward a future program or refunded Comments and Complaints IPU welcomes program input and feedback Participants will be asked to complete program evaluation forms Comments and complaints about the program may be directed to IPU Director Dr Janice A Beecher beecher msu edu or IPU Program Coordinator Ms Ligita Espinosa ligita msu edu NASBA National Registry Statement The Institute of Public Utilities is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy NASBA as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit Complaints

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  • IPU-MSU | Registration: Camp NARUC
    Acct Finance Econ Stat Egineering Communication Environmental Resources Consumer Issues Management Policy Other please specify below Other primary perspective T Shirt Size select Small Medium Large X Large XX Large XXX Large Registration Fee This program is not open to the private sector contact us for other options Registration Fee Public Sector Non Profit 2100 2 week program Fundamentals and Intermediate Public Sector Non Profit 1150 Week 1 Program Fundamentals Public Sector Non Profit 1150 Week 2 Program Intermediate Commissioners Only 625 2 5 day program Returning Camper 10 discount The returning camper discount cannot be processed through our online credit card system Please either have your organization invoiced or call us at 517 355 1876 and we can process your credit card over the phone thank you Cancellations less than 3 weeks prior to a program may result in a 150 cancellation fee cancellations less than one week prior to a program will be billed at full cost Substitutions are accepted at any time Cancellations may result in a forfeiture of the group discount Registration Fee is due prior to the beginning of the program otherwise we cannot guarantee your attendance Payment Type Invoice my Organization Credit Card P

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  • IPU-MSU | Michigan Energy Providers Conference
    will include Energy Policy Michigan Energy Supply Greenhouse Gas Update Research Adequacy in Michigan 2015 Conference attendees rated this conference as highly effective and a great opportunity to network and learn about breakthroughs in the electric and gas industry Bring your family and enjoy Michigan s unique tourist destination while also networking and learning about the most up to date topics in the electric and gas industries register online fax in form Make Credit Card Payment Program Information 2015 MEPC Flyer 2015 MEPC Preliminary Agenda Fees General Attendance 495 after June 29 2015 Municipal Government 295 after June 29 2015 State Federal Government 125 Speaker Complimentary Golf 18 holes 80 Spouse or Guest 100 Children Under 18 each 30 Conference registration and fees must arrive no later than June 29 2015 Late Fee will be assessed if registration and payment is received after June 29 2015 25 cancellation fee will be assessed if cancelled before July 8 2015 No refunds will be made after July 8 2015 Accommodations The Grand Hotel is fully booked due to strong early registrations Blocks of rooms at the Lake View Hotel and the Windermere Hote l will be available through May 22nd and must

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  • IPU-MSU | Registration: Michigan Energy Providers Conference
    cancellation fee No refunds will be give after July 8 2015 Please list the name of any Spouse or Guest attending Please list the name and ages of any children attending one per line Golf Registration MESS Michigan Energy System Scramble on The Jewel course Thursday July 30th at 1 30 pm 18 holes Golf Fee 80 per person Please list all those golfing and handicap Registration Fee Payment Type

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  • IPU-MSU | Fundamentals of Regulation
    competitive markets and market failure The public interest and regulation as balancing of utility and customer interests Historical origins evolution and theories of economic regulation Economic and legal foundations and core concepts of regulation Regulatory commission structures independence and roles Traditional and evolving regulatory jurisdiction functions and methods Basics of public utility ratemaking and rate design Regulatory process rules of conduct independence and ethics Restructuring deregulation and contemporary policy issues INSTRUCTOR Prof Janice Beecher has served as Director of the Institute of Public Utilities at Michigan State University since 2002 bringing more than thirty years of applied research experience to the position Established at MSU in 1965 the Institute s mission is to support informed effective and efficient regulation of the network industries providing essential utility services More than 20 000 people working in the regulatory policy community across the globe have attended IPU continuing education programs Dr Beecher s research areas include regulatory theory institutions principles and concepts regulatory commissions and jurisdiction ratemaking methods expenditures price and demand trends regulatory adaptation and ethics She has particular expertise in the economics structure and regulation of the water industry and water pricing Dr Beecher is a frequent author lecturer and participant in national and international academic and professional forums and is Editor in Chief of Utilities Policy Elsevier She previously held positions at The Ohio State and Indiana Universities and the Illinois Commerce Commission Dr Beecher has faculty appointments in MSU s College of Social Science She teaches courses in public policy and regulation and supervises graduate research students from the MPP program She holds a B A in Economics Political Science and history from Elmhurst College and a M A and Ph D in Political Science from Northwestern University register online fax in form Program Information The program will begin

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  • IPU-MSU | Registration: Introduction to Regulation
    Resources Consumer Issues Management Policy Other please specify below Other primary perspective How did you find us NARUC NAWC State Comm Site please specify Fed Comm Site please specify Other please specify Specify where you found us Registration Fee Registration Fee Public Sector 225 Private Sector 275 Registration Fee is due prior to the beginning of the program otherwise we cannot guarantee your attendance Payment Type Invoice my Organization Credit

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