Owning gas reserves benefits consumers?
Time-varying rates is an effective way to satisfy customer demands.
Questions and answers on consumer privacy and threats to the grid – both physical and cyber.
For many, it’s the next logical step for smart grid technology.
ERCOT readies for renewable market integration.
ISO New England’s capacity market proposal will bring reliability benefits to the region.
ISO New England CEO Gordon van Welie rebuts implications in a Fortnightly column about the ISO’s “Pay for Performance” capacity market proposal.
Who’s afraid of the transactive grid?
Smart grids and nodal markets spark the emergence of a transactional grid. In fact it’s already happened, and we’re just becoming aware.
Delivering value in a zero-growth market.
Disruptive technologies and resource shifts are changing the utility business model. Market factors are driving companies toward four possible paths.