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A reader claims that wholesale power competition makes conservation more valuable than before.
Fortnightly Magazine - September 15 2001
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A reader claims that wholesale power competition makes conservation more valuable than before.

When the phone rang it was Marija Illic, the scientist from M.I.T., calling to see if we could make one last correction to her article that ran last issue, but it was already too late.

Marija apologizes that she meant to say "financial transmission rights," rather than "firm transmission rights," in defining the term "FTR." (See, "Don't Rush the Seamstress: Second Thoughts on the Marriage of the Northeast Grids," , Sept. 1, 2001, p. 29.)

"After all," she told me, "if you're going to criticize the only wholesale electric market that works, you might as well get your facts straight."

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