The prospect of reforming PURPA has been discussed for several years without any concrete action at FERC or Congress. But on the Thursday before SPI, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) proposed new rules that would give states more “flexibility” when implementing the law. The proposed changes would increase revenue uncertainty for QFs and dramatically change the long-held “one-mile rule,” potentially thwarting new QF development in established markets. How will these changes affect competition and what will be the impact on your business and on customers? Are there alternative ways to reform PURPA? Hear from Katherine Gensler, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs for SEIA, about what FERC’s proposal means for your business and the road ahead for pushing PURPA reforms that increase competition, transparency, and enforcement, resulting in better outcomes for both regulators and customers.