FERC’s new rule on compensation for demand resources tips the market balance toward negawatts. Arguably the commission’s economic analysis is flawed, and the rule represents a covert policy...
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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.
Getting the most from demand response—despite a flawed FERC rule.
A purposeful approach to setting energy prices.
How to Drive Energy Savings, Cost-Effectiveness and Customer Satisfaction
Smart metering is coming of age. Is the utility world ready for it?
New business models make energy storage attractive.
- Yes, We Have No Negawatts
Yes, We Have No Negawatts
When you sell demand response back to the grid, how much capacity are you now not buying?
Bruce W. Radford
Bruce W. Radford is publisher of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
each in effect acting as the other’s retail aggregator.