FERC's Merger Policy: Still Founded on Market Power
But the fly in the ointment is computer modeling, where no one yet agrees on how to mirror the real world.
A promise made is a promise kept, even in the halls of government.
What's a Utility?
Never before have investors known less about what their company is up to.
How many different types of "utility" companies can you name? Which ones would you trust the most to double or triple your investment nest egg? Which ones make you nervous?
July 1, 2000
By Regina R. Johnson
Should PUCs teach customers that the market doesn't want them?
You know the flight of suppliers from a deregulated market is having an impact when surviving marketers issue press releases to let customers know they're still in the game.
Redundant Restructuring: How the Dual-Retailer Model Makes Electric Markets Too Complex
A call for utilities to leave the marketing business.
Many of us on the front lines can identify with Stanley Klein's observation that, in terms of its implementation, the restructuring of the electric power industry is "fundamentally an information technology event."1
Some wanted to shut down New York's power markets. Then cooler heads prevailed.