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PUR Guide 2012 Fully Updated Version
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The Deutsche Bank case and the meaning of ‘price manipulation.’
The experts do battle over capacity market design.
The jurisdictional battle over authorizing rejection of wholesale power contracts continues.
Transmission cost allocation, the worth of the grid, and the limits of ratemaking.
Out of market means out of luck—even for self-supply.
The smart grid and the slippery business of setting industry standards.
Bruce W. Radford
Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
“Quite frankly,” argues PJM, “a finding that smart grid standards are always voluntary is shortsighted.”