Two back-to-back decisions by the Supreme Court in 2016 will fundamentally redefine the jurisdictional split.
The competitive transmission genie is out of the bottle.
Meeting the just-and-reasonable standard in a time of change.
Can natural gas supply keep up with demand for power?
Things are looking up for the energy industry, but tough issues remain. Regulators-forced to grapple with the mismatch between volatile natural-gas prices and years of building gas-fired power plants-have learned a thing or two. They now insist on new rate schemes and risk-management methods while promoting the use of liquefied natural gas.
G+T+D=? Why the sum of the future parts is greater than the present whole.
The electric power industry lies in the midst of major change, including a shift to market-based wholesale prices. Market players and regulators will recognize that competition requires a shift in thinking on key issues such as resource planning before the market is developed enough to provide adequate price information.