The Senate’s deadlock over carbon cap-and-trade legislation has not deterred FERC Chairman Jon Wellinghoff from an agenda bent on promoting renewable energy and fighting climate change. Last fall...
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Public Utilities Reports
PUR Guide 2012 Fully Updated Version
This comprehensive self-study certification course is designed to teach the novice or pro everything they need to understand and succeed in every phase of the public utilities business.
FERC fights for the green-grid superhighway—even if Congress won’t.
FERC and CFTC begin sharing information to target market manipulation in the energy industry.
Congress gives FERC an impossible task: Craft long-term transmission rights to save native load from paying grid congestion costs.
FERC would relax price caps—sending rates skyward—to encourage customers to curtail loads.
Regulators use rate cases to craft incentives for capital spending.
- The Queue Quandary
The Queue Quandary
Why developers today are often kept waiting to get projects ok’d to connect to the grid.
Bruce W. Radford
Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
we’re doing is we’re designing everything from the bottom-up.
“I think that’s just a basic flaw.”