Fortnightly Magazine - November 1 2001

Demand Response: An Overview of Enabling Technologies

Oak Ridge National Laboratory engineers say residential and commercial customers must bear the true price of power, through new technologies, for electric competition to work.

Demand Response: An Overview of Enabling Technologies

 

Nuclear and Coal: Rebirth on the Horizon?

An analysis of the business opportunities behind coal and nuclear plant expansion.

 

An analysis of the business opportunities behind coal and nuclear plant expansion.

Electric power industry trade publications and the popular media have noted a growing interest in the rebirth of both nuclear power and coal-fired generation. These technologies would be a supplement to, or an alternative to, the natural gas fired generation that appears to be the predominant fuel and technology for new power generation facilities in the coming decade.

Frontlines

Enron holds court on electric restructuring, exposing deep industry divisions and the polarization of views.

Frontlines

An Invitation From Ken Lay

 

Perspective

Regulators will have to decide who pays to upgrade the transmission system.

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Regulators will have to decide who pays to upgrade the transmission system.

Special Report

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

 

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.

Off Peak

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Off Peak

November 1, 2001

Nightmare Scenario

 

Professor chokes on green group emissions.