Dr. Stephen M. Folga is a senior manager in the Risk and Infrastructure Science Center at Argonne National Laboratory. He has been involved for more than 15 years in projects related to infrastructure assurance. During that time, he contributed to the development of systems analysis methodologies to use in natural gas and petroleum fuels infrastructure assessments. He also developed methodologies for estimating the potential consequences of component disruption and the time needed to return disrupted components into service. Dr. Folga has helped to determine the interdependencies between the natural gas and petroleum infrastructures with other critical energy infrastructures, such as electric power and telecommunications
Kristina LaCommare is a Program Manager in the Electricity Markets and Policy group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She works with multiple groups in the Energy Technologies Area and her research explores trends in electricity reliability in the U.S., how regulators and policymakers should be thinking about valuing the economics associated with resilience events, and ways to improve reporting of reliability metrics by utilities to improve regional and national assessments. Her research also explores the economic value of power interruptions in the U.S.
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