Edison Electric Institute
Post-Enron management philosophies for surviving uncertain times.
The leaders of the electric power industry greatly want to put a positive spin on the current state of affairs in their business.
Debt + secret triggers = another Enron.
Plugging cyber security holes isn't as easy as everyone wants to think.
With a nascent emissions market, U.S. companies may not be so grateful they’re out of the club.
Some argue that gas pipelines might substitute … but … nothing will do away with the need for more transmission.
Courts Deliberate on the Fate of Order 2000: The transmission industry may have to wait even longer for a final decision on challenges to Order 2000 if FERC gets its way.
The Year of Living Dangerously
Industry hopes its centralized assets aren't in the crosshairs.
When the topic of U.S. energy security comes up, OPEC typically springs to mind. Sure enough, following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, politicians and energy executives quickly rallied before the public for less reliance on oil supply from OPEC member nations, and for bolstering domestic energy production.