Electric infrastructure is used half the time on average. Is this a problem requiring rapid radical reform?
Fortnightly Magazine - March 2016
A response to the article by Chris King and Bonnie Datta in our December 2015 issue.
A response to Dr. Faruqui’s insights regarding time-varying rates and his commentary on the Fortnightly article, “Action by Choice.”
Almost all large customers shop, but a majority of small customers remain on utility default service, which is regulated and relatively stable.
Vitriol is to exploit the public’s inclination to favor solar to make utilities pay an exorbitant political price to have policy decided on the merits.
The rule works in the direction of more regulation to hamper innovation and counteracts incentives the rule creates.
Order 816 indicates the commission is scrutinizing the underlying calculations of market power analyses.
As it becomes more routine for developers to offer cost containment commitments, it will become increasingly difficult for RTOs to ignore the cost impact of proposals.
First of two-part series. See part two, Capturing Benefits for All Ratepayers, in the April 2016 issue.
Getting to “yes” with cities and neighborhoods.