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Edison Electric Institute

Special Report

Industry hopes its centralized assets aren't in the crosshairs.
Richard Stavros

 

Industry hopes its centralized assets aren't in the crosshairs.

When the topic of U.S. energy security comes up, OPEC typically springs to mind. Sure enough, following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, politicians and energy executives quickly rallied before the public for less reliance on oil supply from OPEC member nations, and for bolstering domestic energy production.

People

News Digest (July 15, 2001)

Bruce W. Radford, Carl J. Levesque, Phillip S. Cross, Lori A. Burkhart

Compiled June 21, 2001 by Bruce W. Radford, editor-in-chief, from contributions as noted from Carl J. Levesque, associate editor, and Phillip S. Cross and Lori A. Burkhart, contributing legal editors.

Money, Power and Trade: What You Never Knew About the Western Energy Crisis

Fortnightly
S. A. Van Vactor and F. H. Pickel

Fortnightly

People

Service to the 9's? Power Quality in a Tech-Wreck World

Why it's just as important for the old economy.
Bruce W. Radford

 

Why it's just as important for the old economy.

Mention "power quality" and the mind conjures up visions of tech hotels stuffed with Internet servers running 24/7, retrofitted into inner city industrial warehouses-buildings sturdy enough to forgive the heavy installation of custom power supply equipment and racks of batteries. Or perhaps Silicon Valley.

News Digest

FERC Docket ER00-3583, protest filed Sept. 22, 2000, letter order issued Oct. 5, 2000

News Digest

 

People

Frontlines

Never before have investors known less about what their company is up to.
Bruce W. Radford

Frontlines

What's a Utility?

Never before have investors known less about what their company is up to.

How many different types of "utility" companies can you name? Which ones would you trust the most to double or triple your investment nest egg? Which ones make you nervous?

Mail

Has the electric industry got lawmakers in its back pocket, or are charges of bias just smoke?
consumption

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