A response to the Editor-in-Chief column by Steve Mitnick in our May 2016 issue
Unless and until we have access to economic bulk storage, substitution of carbon-free sources for fossil fuels will increase cost significantly. The cost must be borne by some combination of taxpayers and ratepayers.
Letter to the Editor: A response to the article by Steve Huntoon in our September 2015 issue
Public/regulatory policy, economic viability and non-negotiable need to sustain near-100-percent system reliability could soon push building more “big transmission.”
Economic disruption and the future of electric utilities.
Other industries deregulated and it reduced prices and encouraged innovation. What happened to the utility sector?