An interesting development in the climate change debate occurred this summer in the U.S. Congress. It wasn’t the Senate’s work on the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act; that was a...
Izzbee, Izz it?
The Energy Industry Standards Board doesn't exist yet, but it's got regulators talking.
not all NERC's fault. As NERC's David Cook has noted, "The FERC itself has accepted tariffs that have themselves created the seams" that make commerce difficult between regional power markets. Yet the process in place may prove too slow. At the meeting at FERC, when one of the RTO witnesses predicted that his task force would have draft market rules ready for review by 2003, Brownell shot back, "I don't know if I'm going to live that long."
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