If PJM markets should lose demand response as a capacity resource.
Fortnightly Magazine - November 2014
El Paso Electric named Mary Kipp president; Edison International appointed Ronald L. Litzinger and Pedro J. Pizarro presidents at subsidiaries; OGE Energy promoted Sean Trauschke to president; Alan Oshima was named Hawaiian Electric’s president and CEO; Plus board of directors changes at ISO New England and sPower; VP appointments at GDF SUEZ Energy Resources NA, and Georgia Power; and others…
Only if you’re a governor, legislator, regulator ... or customer.
Lessons learned for U.S. utilities – drawn from first-person fact-finding.
Interest rates not always controlling for return on equity.
Diversifying Utility Regulation: State regulators voice opinions as mixed as the nation’s geography.
A survey sample of regulators on their dealings with peers, colleagues, staffers, and stakeholders.
An Idea Whose Time Has Come
Siemens will provide the grid connection for an offshore wind farm off the coast of the U.K.; ABB will supply gas-insulated switchgear for substations in New Jersey; A team from the Microgrid Institute will design, simulate, and test microgrid control systems for two Maryland suburbs; Plus solar power developments by Xcel Energy, SunEdison, ReneSola, and Duke Energy; and others…
PPL Montana sold its hydroelectric facilities to NorthWestern Energy for $900 million; Chesapeake Utilities sold BravePoint; Echelon completed the sale of its grid operations to S&T AG; Plus a debt redemption from Virginia Electric & Power, a private placement offering from DPL, and an IPO for Dominion Midstream Partners.