Comparing Nonprice Terms in Utility
Filings Against FERC's Pro Forma Tariffs
AS ONE MIGHT EXPECT, THE VARIATIONS REFLECT THE HISTORIC TENSION BETWEEN NATIVE LOAD AND WHOLESALE...
benefit in accepting this shared market. Private power developers who bring to the table a well-researched analysis of the capacity expansion plan appear as less of a competitor and more of a partner willing to share the responsibility for reliable and economic power, thus defusing public criticism of the utility. By providing its vision of a plan with private sector appeal, the utility can more easily carry out the government's mandate while identifying its role for some projects. t
Carlos A. Yermoli is a principal in the international division of RCG/Hagler Bailly in Arlington, VA, specializing in power planning and pricing.
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