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  • IPU-MSU | Registration: Introduction to Regulation
    at least one Law Acct Finance Econ Stat Engineering Communication Environmental Resources Consumer Issues Management Policy Other please specify below Other primary perspective 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 Card PO for invoice only If you selected credit card as your payment method

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  • IPU-MSU | SURFA
    refundable if registration is cancelled by March 27 2015 A 50 fee will be charged for cancellations received March 27 through April 15 2015 No refunds will be made for cancellations after April 15 Substitutions will be accepted at any time It is SURFA s policy to resolve questions and complaints with its members on a case by case basis For more information or to register a complaint please contact SURFA President Tommy Oliver at 804 371 9358 or tommy oliver scc virginia gov CRRA CERTIFICATION The Certified Rate of Return Analyst CRRA program was initiated in 1990 as an educational service of the Society The purpose of the program is to aid practitioners in acquiring knowledge relevant to rate of return analysis to recognize the candidate s knowledge level and to enhance awareness of the regulatory rate of return process The program focuses on understanding the mechanics of rate of return analysis and is intended to be unbiased in that no single technique or approach is favored Study materials to assist in preparing for the examination will be sent to registered candidates The study program includes The Cost of Capital A Practitioner s Guide 10th Edition available for purchase through SURFA for 40 including shipping and handling plus 5 3 sales tax for Virginia registrants The CRRA is available only to SURFA members and membership is required for the CRRA designation The fee to sit for the exam is 350 and membership in SURFA is required additional fee The registration deadline for the 2015 CRRA exam is February 15 2015 and the exam will be given on April 29 2015 in conjunction with the annual Financial Forum registration required Please see the registration form for details Inquiries concerning the CRRA program should be directed to David Parcell Technical Associates 804 272 5363 parcelld tai econ com CERTIFIED RATE OF RETURN ANALYSTS Shana Atkinson Griffin Missouri Public Service Commission John Ballsrud Virginia State Corporation Michelle D Barnett AKT LLP Joseph M Brock Railroad Commission of Texas Douglas Carlisle South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff Bwembya Chikolwa Texas Comptroller of Public Accountants Mark Cicchetti Florida Public Service Commission Dylan W D Ascendis Sussex Economic Advisors LLC Robert Daniel Arkansas Public Service Commission Kim O Davis Arkansas Public Service Commission Daniel J Duann Office of Ohio Consumers Counsel Janet K Fairchild Alaska Regulatory Affairs Public Advocacy Joel Fishkin Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission David J Garrett Oklahoma Corporation Commission Michael Hamilton Powerlink Transmission Company Frank J Hanley AUS Consultants Stephen G Hill Hill Associates W Wade Horigan Tangibl LLC Selby P Jones III AUS Consultants Edward R Kaufman Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor Farris M Maddox Virginia State Corporation Commission Michael Marchand Arkansas Public Service Commission Zephania Marevangepo Missouri Public Service Commission Rachel A Maurer Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Robert B Mease Residential Utility Consumer Office AZ Jeffrey M Michlik Residential Utility Consumer Office AZ David Murray Missouri Public Service Commission Ronald Norton University of Maine at Augusta Lawrence T Oliver Virginia

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  • IPU-MSU | SURFA
    Nonmembers 700 includes conference only Other Fees Fee SURFA Annual General Membership Fee 100 CRRA Testing Fee 350 annual membership fee also required The Cost of Capital 10th ed 40 includes s h value The Cost of Capital 10th ed 40 includes s h The Cost of Capital 10th ed 40 includes s h class fmradiolabel The Cost of Capital 10th ed 40 includes s h The Cost of Capital 10th ed 42 12 Virginia residents includes s h tax value The Cost of Capital 10th ed 42 12 Virginia residents includes s h tax The Cost of Capital 10th ed 42 12 Virginia residents includes s h tax class fmradiolabel The Cost of Capital 10th ed 42 12 Virginia residents includes s h tax SURFA members are entitled to registration and group registration discounts Two SURFA members from the same organization may take a 50 discount per person Three or more SURFA members from the same organization may take a 100 discount per person Payment Type Invoice my Organization Credit Card If you selected credit card as your payment method you will be redirected to our online credit card system after you have submitted your registration form Reception Please

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  • IPU-MSU | Programs
    Area s of Interest select at least one Telecom Electricity Natural Gas Water Other please specify below Other area of interest Primary Perspectives select at least one Law Acct Finance Econ Stat Engineering Communication Environmental Resources Consumer Issues Management Policy Other please specify below Other primary perspective Registration Fee Please note We consider public sector attendees to be individuals who are directly employed by the local state or federal government or individuals that are an employee of a recognized non profit organization If you do not fit into one of these categories please select the private sector rate Registration Fee Public Sector Non Profit 925 Private Sector 1075 Registration Fee is due prior to the beginning of the program otherwise we cannot guarantee your attendance Cancellations received less than three weeks prior to the program are subject to a 150 fee Cancellations received after the start of the program will be invoiced at full cost Substitutions are accepted at any time Payment Type Invoice my Organization Credit Card PO for invoice only If you selected credit card as your payment method you will be redirected to our online credit card system after you have submitted your registration form Reception I

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  • IPU-MSU | Onsite Programs
    Cost allocation methods cost allocation issues cost allocation exercise and a rate design roundtable Click here for more information Electricity Economics Instructor Ken Rose Topics covered Electricity industry structure and regulation demand side issues issues in electricity pricing and smart grid economics and evaluation Click here for more information Federal Energy Law Instructor Harvey Reiter Topics covered Overview of FERC responsibilities statutory exemptions from FERC regulation jurisdictional overlaps and intersections FERC ratemaking responsibilities transmission siting and cost allocation and FERC enforcement market manipulation and penalities Click here for more information Introduction to the Power Grid Instructor Joydeep Mitra Topics covered Grid interconnection loop flows balancing authorities and operation Abnormal operation and grid protection Grid reliability and standards Supply side efficiency and reliability Smart girds and Microgrids Click here for more information Ratemaking and Performance Issues Instructor David Dismukes Topics covered Rate design and policy Test year and regulatory lag Arguments offered for changing the existing paradigm Emerging methods and issues designed to address regulatory lag and Regulatory innovations and regulating innovation Click here for more information Search Loading Upcoming Programs IPU Annual Regulatory Studies Program Camp NARUC MI Energy Providers Conference Introduction to Regulation and Ratemaking IPU Advanced Regulatory Studies

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  • IPU-MSU | IPUs Role
    outreach extends to energy resource and environmental regulators public policy makers in general and other public and private stakeholders in the regulatory policy community We are committed to providing all attendees with the knowledge and tools they need for success IPU educational programs provide highly specialized and integrative continuing education for practitioners with backgrounds in the variety of academic disciplines that are necessary to effective economic regulation in its quasi judicial quasi legislative and quasi administrative capacities The Institute s flagship Annual Regulatory Studies Program affectionately known as Camp NARUC is particularly well recognized and regarded by regulatory practitioners Since assuming responsibility for this program in 1972 IPU has provided academically grounded and essential training to thousands of commissioners and staff members of economic regulatory agencies The foundational emphasis of the Camp program is well complemented by the hands on experience provided by the Utility Rate Schools The Michigan Forum on Economic Regulatory Policy brings key policymakers and stakeholders together annually at MSU IPU also conducts an Advanced Regulatory Studies Program for seasoned professionals in the public and private sectors as well as specialty conferences and programs In 2010 for example IPU will host a technically oriented Grid School to help inform public policy and regulatory decision making with regard to modernization of the nation s electricity grid In addition to our educational role IPU also has interests and expertise in data collection and applied research on utilities regulation and related public policy issues Today s complex concerns range from structural change and the integration of markets and regulation to issues of infrastructure investment technological change and security to the application of advanced modeling and forecasting tools and impact analysis to global climate change resource alternatives and efficiency to the impact of utilities on the human condition and vice versa Sustainability defined in both environmental and economic terms is emerging as an intellectual focus of IPU Organization Accountability and Funding IPU was originally organized within the Graduate School of Business where the Department of Economics also was located IPU was relocated to the College of Communications in 2002 and to the College of Social Science in 2007 where it now resides IPU s genuinely interdisciplinary character provides a strong rationale for organization at the college level IPU has linkages to centers and departments within the Social Science College including Political Science and Economics but also across colleges particularly Engineering Law Business and Agriculture and Natural Resources IPU s work is linked closely to several of the strategic initiatives of the College including those related to technology the bio economy human development climate change response and adaptation and in particular the role of standards in society MSU colleges departments programs and centers with which IPU affiliates include Institute for Public Policy Social Research Center for Economic Analysis Quello Center for Telecommunication Management Law The Visiting International Professional Program Remote Sensing GIS Research and Outreach Services Institute of Water Research Center for Water Sciences Center for International Business Education and Research Global

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  • IPU-MSU | IPU Timeline
    Microgen to Powerparks Conference IPU facilitates Consumer Services Training on behalf of the NARUC Consumer Affairs Committee IPU provides onsite training to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities IPU completes Clean Coal Technology project for NARUC 2001 MSU s College of Communication Arts and Sciences becomes IPU s administrative home IPU cosponsors the 2001 Microgen to Pwerparks Conference IPU offices move to the Nisbet Building on the MSU campus IPU sponsors Energy Price Conference for Journalists IPU sponsors Financial Accounting Seminar IPU sponsors the CRUSAR program 2000 IPU publishes Public Utility Industries in Japan Past Present Future 1990s Back to top 1999 IPU completes Investing Electric Utility Procurement Practices survey 1998 The MSU Board of Trustees approves establishment of the Harry M and Joyce C Trebing Endowed Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Economics The Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law is established at MSU Prof Johannes Bauer serves as Co Director IPU publishes Promoting Competition in MI Telecommunication Markets through Innovative Legislation IPU publishes Letting Go Deregulating the Process of Deregulation Ms Pam Prairie J D is appointed IPU Acting Director later Director 1997 IPU launches its website IPU sponsors the CRUSAR program 1996 IPU sponsors the Energy Restructuring and Alternative Ratesetting Conference IPU sponsors the Antitrust Merger Guidelines Regulation of Utility Consolidation Conference IPU sponsors the Open Access in the Electric Utility Industry Conference 1995 IPU cosponsors the Electric Utility Restructuring Conference 1994 IPU sponsors the Regulatory Reform in Utility Industries Conference for Ontario Hydro 1993 Prof Johannes Bauer is appointed IPU Director 1992 NARUC passes a Resolution to Establish Procedures for NARUC Endorsement of Educational Programs NARUC passes a resolution endorsing the IPU s Annual and Advanced Regulatory Studies Programs as well as the Eastern and Western Annual Seminars on Regulation of Water Companies administered by the Water Committee in cooperation with the University of Utah and the Basics of Regulation and the Ratemaking Process sponsored by the Center for Public Utilities at New Mexico State University Prof Trebing is recognized with an award from the University of Florida PURC 1991 IPU publishes Regulatory Responses to Continuously Changing Industry Structures Dr Charles Stalon is appointed IPU Director upon Prof Trebing s retirement 1990 NARUC honors Prof Trebing with a resolution citing him as the Dean of NARUC Educators 1980s Back to top 1988 Prof Trebing is honored with a resolution by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners on the occasion of the association s 100th anniversary Prof Trebing is honored with a resolution by the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates Prof Trebing is recognized with an award from New Mexico State University CPU 1987 IPU publishes New Regulatory and Management Strategies in a Changing Market Environment IPU publishes Public Utility Regulation in an Environment of Change IPU publishes Alternatives to Traditional Regulation Options for Reform 1985 IPU publishes The Impact of Deregulation and Market Forces on Public Utilities The Future Role of Regulation 1984 IPU introduces the Advanced Regulatory Studies Program on behalf

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  • IPU-MSU | Supporting IPU
    NARUC Contributions help sustain an independent university based knowledge center and a network of expertise that is focused exclusively on utility policy and recognized by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners NARUC Finally contributions create opportunities for regulatory and industry leaders to participate in advanced educational programs and interactive conferences Supporters of IPU are committed to our mission of supporting informed and efficient utility regulation by providing integrative interdisciplinary and balanced professional development opportunities to the regulatory policy community Current IPU supporters include providers of regulated utility services in the electricity natural gas telecommunications and water sectors Contributions to IPU are accepted at any level of support Participation on IPU s Industry Advisory Board requires a grant in the amount of 15 000 or more Please download our sponsorship invitation and contribution form here For inquiries please contact IPU Director Dr Janice Beecher at 517 355 1876 or beecher msu edu Current supporters of IPU include American Electric Power Indiana Michigan Power American Public Power Association American Transmission Company ATC American Water AT T Consumers Energy DTE Energy Edison Electric Institute ITC Holdings Corporation Itron MISO We Energies Wisconsin Electric To discuss supporting IPU please contact Dr Janice A

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