How the feds opened the supply side.
Regional transmission organizations
Understanding the new mosaic of commodities trading regulations.
Does anyone care about rising redispatch costs?
Regional transmission organizations (RTOs) or independent system operators (ISOs) dominate the major power grids of North America, with the notable exceptions of the Southeast and Pacific Northwest. The purpose of this article is not to criticize system reliability but to highlight the more pervasive challenge today and for the future: Controlling the cost impact of decisions by grid operators on energy market participants.
A new wave of consolidation is coming. To succeed, a company must understand where its strengths are.
Companies that relied heavily on mergers and acquisitions generated more than half of the value in the power industry during the past 10 years. Furthermore, more than half that value was generated by a handful of companies. How did they do it?