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Benjamin Roubique

Benjamin Roubique

Benjamin Roubique, PE has over twelve (12) years of experience in transmission operations & transmission planning in both the regulated utility environment and deregulated energy markets in the U.S including power system planning, operations planning, transfer capability assessment, transmission congestion/curtailment assessment, economic transmission planning, generation adequacy/LOLE studies, and Order 1000 transmission planning studies. Mr. Roubique currently leads DNV GL's (formerly PWR Solutions) FERC Order 1000 transmission planning efforts and has been involved in the Order 1000 processes in the SPP, MISO and PJM RTOs. He is familiar with the transmission planning processes and Order 1000 implementations for the RTOs mentioned. He has also worked to develop methodologies to evaluate transmission projects in relation to the criteria that the RTOs have established for competitive bidding. Mr. Roubique currently serves as an lead consultant within the generation/transmission planning group at DNV GL, focusing on transmission planning, economic assessments and transfer capability assessments. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University, and a Master of Science in Engineering from the University of Arkansas, both with an emphasis in Power Systems. Mr. Roubique is licensed as a Professional Engineer in the state of Arkansas.

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What effect will new technologies and renewable integration have on the future transmission network?

I had the opportunity to attend DNV GL's 2015 Utility of the Future Leadership Forum last week, and it provided some unique perspective on the state of the industry. Solar energy and storage were topics that were brought up in multiple discussions, ...

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