July 1, 2000
By Regina R. Johnson
Should PUCs teach customers that the market doesn't want them?
You know the flight of suppliers from a deregulated market is having an impact when surviving marketers issue press releases to let customers know they're still in the game.
Fortnightly Magazine - July 1 2000
PLT could allow energy companies to provide Internet, voice, and data via the grid, but technological hurdles and fierce competition remain obstacles.
How to replace the bundled utility tariff with a rational design for access, throughput, and congestion.
A call for utilities to leave the marketing business.
Many of us on the front lines can identify with Stanley Klein's observation that, in terms of its implementation, the restructuring of the electric power industry is "fundamentally an information technology event."1
T+D Out, G+D In
Why not keep the power plants and sell off transmission instead?