New market risks have called on utilities to evaluate an expanding array of new resource options—with antiquated tools to evaluate them.
Fortnightly Magazine - January 15 2002
Sempra promised regulators they’d build a new utility, but Nova Scotia is still waiting.
FERC's new chairman runs roughshod over a reeling industry.
Taking a different view on merchant development.
Industry experts debate whether so-called “price mitigation measures” miraculously solved the California crisis.
Hollywood animators take a jab at the energy crisis.
Does FERC have the backbone for another jurisdictional turf war?