(Meeting Location: Virtual Format / Zoom)
Hosted By: University of
North Carolina at Charlotte
Deadline to register is November 1st, 2021
(No registrations can be accepted after this deadline.)
Update: After closely monitoring COVID-19 updates and due to ongoing travel restrictions that some are still facing, CAPER organizers have decided to move the meeting to a virtual format. Partial refunds will be automatically provided to those who have already registered and no further action is required by the purchaser. Formal invitations will be distributed by November 1st upon registering.
Please mark your calendars to hear from top industry and university speakers within the energy field
of engineering on “Power System Modeling in Support of a Southeast Power Exchange Market (SEEM)”.
Attendee participation in the included breakout group sessions is highly recommended in preparation for
CAPER’s annual proposal solicitation. Thank you again for your continued participation and we look
forward to seeing you at the fall meeting!
The CAPER Fall 2021 Meeting theme received a big boost after Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) member utilities received clearance from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for their proposed trading platform as a result of a 2-2 commission vote. By statutory law, tie votes on items are approved. Come share with us a meeting designed to examine SEEM in detail beginning with a tutorial from experts on SEEM to a thorough review of opportunities for research in the now approved SEEM future.
General Meeting Registration Fees:
CAPER Member Rate – $49.00
CAPER Non-Member Rate – $99.00
Student Members – Free (Promo codes
provided by applicable CAPER Site Co-Directors)
Speaker Representatives From:
Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)
7X Analytics Consulting
1898 & Co. / Burns & McDonnell Co.
NC State University
In a great collaboration of effort to provide more content on a broader scale, the CAPER meetings moved to two sessions per year starting in 2019. The meetings will continue to take place each year in the Spring (March) and Fall (November). We look forward to the continuation of exciting and innovative energy discussions of the future!