Frontlines & Op-Ed

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Utilities face huge costs of complying with new EPA standards.

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The Brink of Ruin?

 

 

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Regulators face a daunting task in sorting out power refunds in the Pacific Northwest.

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Ripple Effects

 

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A reader claims that wholesale power competition makes conservation more valuable than before.

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DSM Revisited

 

 

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California sued El Paso for gaming the pipeline. But the blame may lie to the East.

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The Great Gas Grab

 

 

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Forced consolidation of RTOs would set transmission owners free to go after profits.

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Bullish for Business

 

 

Izzbee, Izz it?

The Energy Industry Standards Board doesn't exist yet, but it's got regulators talking.

More than two years ago, I suggested in this column that regional independent system operators would likely supplant the regional reliability councils as the caretakers of electric system reliability. And that's still possible—if the ISOs move quickly to RTO status, and if the RTOs get cracking right away on adopting uniform business rules. But the FERC may get tired waiting for that to happen.

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FERC's California plan needs pressing, to fix blatant gaffes on NO<sub>x</sub>, demand bids, and megawatt laundering.

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Taken to the Cleaners

 

 

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Gas pipelines compete against electric transmission lines. And the pipes are winning.

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The Grid Is Dead

 

 

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How to price energy during a stage 3 alert?

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Très Riches Heures

 

How to price energy during a stage 3 alert?

You know the painting. Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. You probably saw it first in Janson's "History of Art", in a college survey course.