An analysis of competitive power markets finds that oligopolies are the end game for liberalized power markets.
Fortnightly Magazine - February 2005
What happens when economists and state regulators give up on electric restructuring?
New Opportunities: Dynegy Inc. announced that Carolyn M. Campbell has been named group general counsel-corporate finance & securities, and corporate secretary. Campbell joins Dynegy from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.
The risks in renewable portfolio standards.
States will play a significant role in the resurgence of nuclear power plants in America.
At times, various conditions align and set the stage for achieving goals that may have appeared to be unreachable. Last summer, the Boston Red Sox were all but eliminated from contention, but then won an amazing stretch of baseball games that resulted in a World Series championship.
A similar scenario can be applied to the U.S. nuclear industry-producer of a steady, low-cost, environmentally important electricity source poised to thrive with the possibility of new plant construction in the not-so-distant future.
FERC may have to carve out a special set of rules if it wants to bring Arctic gas south to the lower-48.
Experts debate the risks of a proposed acquisition that would increase the largest nuclear fleet in the country.
A 10-year horizon: 2005 - 2015.
A short list of questions that every board member and senior manager should be able to answer.
Pressure for national legislation builds as the Northeastern U.S. goes it alone and carbon trading takes off in the European Union.