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As Coal Dims, Will Solar Shine? Perspective on a Changing Electricity Industry

Thursday, August 21, 2014 10:00am – 11:00am EDT  
Host: Principal Solar Institute
By: Ron Seidel, Principal, RBS Energy Consulting

Attend this webinar to hear Texas energy expert and Principal Solar, Inc. board member Ron Seidel provide an overview of recent EPA regulations affecting coal plants and how this could enhance solar energy development in Texas.  Ron will also provide expert insights into what is happening in the Texas electricity market today.

Take advantage of this opportunity to find out how these changes might affect YOUR business by joining the LIVE webinar and participating in the live Question & Answer session following Ron’s presentation.


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Ron Seidel
Ron Seidel

Principal, RBS Energy Consulting

Ron Seidel is principal of RBS Energy Consulting, working with private equity, investment banks, and government on electric energy issues primarily in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) market.

Prior to his consultancy, Ron was president of Texas Independent Energy with full P & L responsibility for two 1,000 megawatt combined-cycle plants in ERCOT, senior vice president of Energy Supply at City Public Service of San Antonio, and an executive at TXU where, among other duties, he was senior vice president of Fossil Generation and Mining, president of TXU Energy Trading, and operations manager at the Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant. 

Ron holds his Mechanical Engineering degree from New Mexico State University; earned his M.B.A. from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University; is a registered professional engineer in Texas; and has held a U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Senior Reactor Operator license.

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