Upcoming Regulatory Courses

Contact. Cindy Blume at cblume@nmsu.edu or 575.646.4876, if you have questions, registration inquiries, or require additional information.

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“THE BASICS”

Practical regulatory training for the electric or natural gas local distribution (LDC) industries. Both courses are endorsed by NARUC.

May 21-25, 2018

Albuquerque, NM

Brochure: Available January 2018

Registration: TBA

Registration and Payment Options:

  • Online: Payment options are credit card, check/money order, or we can invoice your organization.
  • Fax, phone or email: Fill out the enrollment form on the last page of the program brochure. Follow the instructions on the form for a preferred payment option.

Sheraton Uptown Albuquerque:

Information will be available in 2018.


October 15-18, 2018 • “THE BASICS”
  • Practical Regulatory Training for the Electric or Natural Gas Local Distribution (“LDC”) Industries
  • FERC Ratemaking for Interstate Pipelines
Sheraton Uptown – Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta: October 6-14, 2018


2018 May Basics Attendees

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What others have said about “The Basics”

“Very informative and relevant.”

“This was a great course to provide me with a good foundation on the regulatory aspect of the electric industry!”

“The speakers were knowledgeable and execution was of the highest quality.”

“Good general overview of the rate case process.”

“The speakers did great at explaining materials in an easy understandable way.”

“I feel that if I were to start a working on a rate case tomorrow, I have a better idea of where to begin and what questions to ask than I would have, had I not attended the conference. I appreciated the questions and opinions from differing points of view – regulators, energy providers, and interveners.”

“The speakers were extremely knowledgeable with useful material.”

“The LDC course exceeded my expectations. I learned about many aspects of the utility ratemaking process.”