Financial executives contemplate the rise of distributed resources.
Fortnightly Magazine - October 2013
Nuclear fear and Germany’s headlong plunge into renewable energy.
A formal methodology for developing ring-fencing arrangements and setting conditions.
How can decision makers determine the appropriate degree of ring-fencing for a utility holding company? The authors propose a systematic and objective method – recognizing business and financial risks specific to the regulated utility and its affiliates.
Mining price signals in Ontario’s electricity market.
Interregional grid planning under FERC Order 1000.
Wall Street is back in business. What’s next for utility finance?
New tools for enhancing utility preparedness and response.
Evaluating the cost effectiveness of grid-hardening investments.
Not just ‘all of the above,’ but ‘how much of each?’