FERC's new chairman runs roughshod over a reeling industry.
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.
How obscured spot prices, unhedgeable basis differentials, unreliable and financially insecure clearing practices inhibit market liquidity.
Making sense of RTO Week, the mediation talks, and FERC's promised new rulemaking.
Dynegy's senior vice president Peter Esposito didn't think much about the celebrated mediation talks on forming a single, unified transmission grid for the Northeast U.S.
November 15, 2001
Markets Behaving Badly
To understand 'gaming,' be a gamer.
FERC Staff Member: What sort of behavior is wrong?
An Invitation From Ken Lay
An analysis of the business opportunities behind coal and nuclear plant expansion.
Electric power industry trade publications and the popular media have noted a growing interest in the rebirth of both nuclear power and coal-fired generation. These technologies would be a supplement to, or an alternative to, the natural gas fired generation that appears to be the predominant fuel and technology for new power generation facilities in the coming decade.
Some want a tighter grip on generators, but FERC should steer clear.