Successful energy market development means understanding new subtleties and nuances.
Fortnightly Magazine - January 2005
Doubts intensify over New England’s radical new market for electric capacity.
A review of power plant deals in 2004 shows that utilities are buying.
Are consumer broadband over powerline (BPL) services enough to make the business case for utilities?
An effective risk-management strategy depends on knowing your shareholder’s idea of value.
Data gathering and controllability offer the quickest path to reliability.
Commercialization of methane recovery from coastal deposits of methane hydrates could head off an impending gas shortage.
The technology works, but public policy will dictate its future.
IOUs considering co-op acquisitions are finding fertile territory for growth.
The failure of the Empire Connection spells trouble for private transmission projects.