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Defining the mission when the consumer plays second-fiddle to the needs of the market.
New England’s proposed capacity market reform would force generators to ‘Be There or Else.’
FERC says it won’t ‘change’ the native-load preference, but don’t bet on it.
As if carbon control were a fait accompli, gen developers skew the queue toward renewable projects, driving new policy on transmission pricing.
Transmission expansion costs are spread unevenly, driving a wedge between utilities and regions.
- 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.”