Are the decommissioning and ash pond closure activities for shuttered coal plants causing management distractions and cost overruns? If so, Environmental Liability Risk Transfer (Risk Transfer) can provide a fixed cost solution to transfer the obligations and risk of decommissioning activities to a third party. Additionally Risk Transfer can create a viable redevelopment plan for the site, thereby creating goodwill with the community, ratepayers and regulators.
Join MCR Performance Solutions and Forsite Development Inc. for a free webinar discussing the benefits of Risk Transfer. We will discuss a number of aspects of this process, including:
We will also take real-time questions from the audience. We hope you’ll join us!
August 15, 2017
12:00pm (Central time)
About Cindy Menhorn, MCR Performance Solutions
Cindy is a Vice President of Regulatory Services at MCR. She has over 30 years of experience in rates, energy efficiency, load research, revenue forecasting, cost allocation and regulatory affairs, including work on over 80 rate cases and testimony before numerous state commissions. She has directed a multifunctional rate department, managing all aspects of electric rate case development, including development of revenue requirements, cost of service studies, revenue allocation and rate design, rate case strategy, testimony development and interrogatory response development.
MCR is a management consulting firm specializing in the electric, natural gas and water utility industries. MCR helps clients achieve superior performance through innovative and effective solutions in their strategies, operations, processes, finances, forecasting, organizational designs, economics, testimony, and business cases. Our practices include Regulatory Services, Energy Efficiency, Transmission Strategy, Nuclear Generation, Financial Advisory and Utility Transformation Services. For more information, please visit www.mcr-group.com.
About Tom McKittrick, Forsite Development
Tom is the President / founder of Forsite Development, Inc. and manages all aspects of the company’s operations. Tom started Forsite in December 2004 with the idea that there was a significant supply of vacant corporate surplus industrial facilities throughout the Southeast that could be acquired aggressively and then repositioned.
Forsite Development has redeveloped 7 million square feet of facilities on 3,000+ acres in North Carolina and South Carolina, and created or preserved more than 1,000 jobs. Forsite has performed Risk Transfer transactions on a variety of sites including: coal fired power plants, chemical plants, and metal plating facilities, among others. Forsite was recently chosen to demolish and redevelop two Consumers Energy coal plants in Michigan. For more information, please visit www.forsiteinc.com.