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?
T+D Out, G+D In
Why not keep the power plants and sell off transmission instead?
How Colorado's settlement in the Xcel merger builds a case for treating needy ratepayers as a separate class entitled to merger benefits.
The Wall Street Journal is goading Congress to act. And it might just work, if the warnings come to pass.
On May 8 ISO New England predicted it would have enough electricity to meet peak demand this summer. But how much demand are you gonna see at $6,000 per megawatt-hour, which was the ISO's prevailing price that day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m?
EEI's contract is ready to go for physical trades of electricity, but the architects say it's likely too late to make a difference this summer.
L.A. vs. The ISO
May 15, 2000
By Bruce Radford