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The Electricity Journal

Volume 1 - 24

Current editor(s): R. Cohen

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Volume 8, issue 10, 1995

Recovering stranded costs in the tax code is inequitable pp. 2-2 Downloads
Glenn R. Schleede
Restructuring-- the devil is in the details pp. 12-18 Downloads
Eric Hirst and Brendan Kirby
Restructuring rates creates value and reduces stranded costs pp. 19-25 Downloads
Anna P. Della Valle and Miles O. Bidwell
A wholesale pool spot market must be administered by the independent system operator: Avoiding the separation fallacy pp. 26-37 Downloads
William W. Hogan
The energy efficiency challenge: Save the baby, throw out the bathwater pp. 38-47 Downloads
John H. Chamberlin and Patricia Herman
Ranking electric generating technologies with external costs pp. 48-53 Downloads
A. Myrick Freeman and Robert D. Rowe
The revolution continues pp. 54-56 Downloads
Henry R. Linden
Unprecedented competition, fabulous technologies: A whole new ballgame for the energy industry pp. 57-60 Downloads
Douglas E. Olesen
Technologies for the future global electrical power market--impact of deregulated markets pp. 60-64 Downloads
C. S. Tedmon and A. Roeder
Electricity generation: Smaller is better pp. 65-73 Downloads
Thomas R. Casten
... But whither research pp. 74-76 Downloads
Robert W. Fri

Volume 8, issue 9, 1995

A regulatory compact worthy of the name pp. 12-15 Downloads
Peter Bradford
The economics of stranded investment--a two-way street pp. 16-23 Downloads
Reed Cearley and Lance McKinzie
Been there, done that: Lessons learned from a report on stranded investment pp. 24-31 Downloads
Ronald J. Matlock
A California restructuring settlement: Will all the parties agree? pp. 32-37 Downloads
Eric C. Woychik
The next Gordian Knot for state regulators and electric utilities: The unbundling of retail services pp. 38-49 Downloads
Kenneth W. Costello
Modeling natural gas prices as a random walk: The advantages for generation planning pp. 61-67 Downloads
Frank A. Felder
Alternative dispute resolution in electricity: Just do it! pp. 68-75 Downloads
John T. Coughlin

Volume 8, issue 8, 1995

Nuclear writedowns pp. 2-2 Downloads
Steve Bohlman
Electric utility mergers and acquisitions seen in a larger perspective pp. 11-19 Downloads
Douglas W. Hawes
Affiliate transactions and electric industry restructuring pp. 20-27 Downloads
Belton T. Zeigler
Pricing ancillary electric power services pp. 28-36 Downloads
Laurence D. Kirsch and Harry Singh
The effects of state regulation on the use of DSM resources by electric utilities pp. 37-43 Downloads
Martin Schweitzer and Timothy R. Young
Judging past policies: Where are we in the electricity policy debate? pp. 44-53 Downloads
John O. Sillin
Critical links: The role of electric utilities in information infrastructure pp. 54-63 Downloads
Steven R. Rivkin
Performance-based ratemaking: Opportunities and risks in a competitive electricity industry pp. 64-73 Downloads
Tim Woolf and Julie Michals
Maine's electric revenue adjustment mechanism: Why it Fizzled pp. 74-83 Downloads
Leslie Hudson, Stephanie Seguino and Ralph E. Townsend
Recover stranded costs in the tax code pp. CO3-CO3 Downloads
Craig G. Goodman

Volume 8, issue 7, 1995

Son of nodal pricing pp. 2-13 Downloads
James G. Kritikson
Results-driven change: Time to rewire reengineering pp. 14-21 Downloads
Elaine M. Mandrish and Robert H. Schaffer
Rethinking the reengineering metaphor pp. 22-30 Downloads
Carol Gorski, Keith Ord and Kenis Dunne
Preparing for upheaval: Why America's electric utilities must reengineer pp. 31-37 Downloads
Michael Weiner, Jeffrey Walker and Huard Smith
Realizing value from acquisitions pp. 38-43 Downloads
Vittorio Pareto and James E. Huston
Protecting your utility's most valuable assets: Key industrial and commercial relationships--An outsider's view pp. 44-51 Downloads
Joseph P. Sperry
FERC's Connecticut light & power order overstates PURPA's preemptive effect pp. 52-55 Downloads
Adam Wenner
Service, shmervice: The differentiation of delivered electric power qualities pp. 56-61 Downloads
Richard P. Felak
Paved with good intentions: Reflections on FERC's decisions reversing state power procurement processes pp. 62-68 Downloads
David Moskovitz and Peter Bradford
Electric Utility Rates and the Evaluation of Management Performance pp. 69-77 Downloads
Ernst R. Berndt, Michael J. Doane and Roy J. Epstein

Volume 8, issue 6, 1995

BRPU Scenario 'Fantastic' pp. 2-2 Downloads
Frank De Rose
The future of the U.S. electric utility industry pp. 16-25 Downloads
Vinod K. Dar
Electricity Hubs and Market centers: A new business tool for electric utilities? pp. 26-35 Downloads
Marc A. Vallen and Leslie Struble Sharp
Generation as a business-- facts, fumbles, fictions and the future pp. 36-41 Downloads
Vikram S. Budhraja
'Grand bargain' or 'Grand larceny'? pp. 42-49 Downloads
Robert C. McDiarmid
Technology and Industry structure pp. 50-62 Downloads
Kurt E. Yeager
What Model for Restructing? The Debate in the Competitive Power Market Working Group pp. 63-73 Downloads
Charles G. Stalon and Eric C. Woychik
Rights to Capacity: Transitional Protection for Existing Utility Customers pp. 74-83 Downloads
Roger L. Conkling

Volume 8, issue 5, 1995

Spellcheck this, shrub wet! pp. 2-2 Downloads
Mark Thornsjo
Morals vs. models pp. 2-2 Downloads
Nancy Rader
Detroit Edison to flat-earthers: Use determines Jurisdiction pp. 3-3 Downloads
Joseph L. Welch
Beyond project finance pp. 22-30 Downloads
Anthony A. Churchill
Cross-border utility investments: Translating investment risk into global advantage pp. 31-37 Downloads
Alan M. Cody and Edward E. Graham
Restructing the Philippine electric power industry pp. 38-44 Downloads
R. Stanley Bowden and Michael Ellis
Congress's nuclear waste 'contract with America' -- Where do we go from here? pp. 45-55 Downloads
Ronald C. Callen
U.S.nuclear decommission trust planning: Romancing a millstone? pp. 56-61 Downloads
John S. Rohrbach
Is there a future for nuclear power in America? pp. 62-71 Downloads
Thomas Prugh, Mark Gielecki and James G. Hewlett
The value of electric utility equities: Erosion of the bond pp. 72-84 Downloads
James M. Piepmeier
It's the customer, stupid'--Not 'the stupid customer pp. 85-85 Downloads
Kennedy P. Maize

Volume 8, issue 4, 1995

LOLP and accreditation clarified pp. 2-2 Downloads
Bryan D. Morlock
Franchise competition in the electric utility industry pp. 14-27 Downloads
Clinton A. Vince and J. Cathy Fogel
The franchise bottleneck pp. 28-38 Downloads
James F. Fairman
Seeing the forest from the trees: Emergence of the competitive franchise pp. 39-49 Downloads
Scott Ridley
Estimating the impacts of restrictions on utility participation in the SO2 allowance market pp. 50-54 Downloads
James J. Winebrake, Mark A. Bernstein and Alex E. Farrell
Addressing the public's goals for environmental regulation when communicating acid rain allowance trades pp. 55-63 Downloads
Alan P. Loeb
Twelve common myths of allowance trading: Improving the level of discussion pp. 64-69 Downloads
Kenneth Rose
How much are customers willing to pay for improvements in health and environmental quality? pp. 70-77 Downloads
Lisa L. Wood, Anne E. Kenyon, William H. Desvousges and Lyn K. Morander
Comparable transmission service--The new standard pp. 78-84 Downloads
Charles A. Falcone

Volume 8, issue 3, 1995

No 'one size fits all' pp. 2-3 Downloads
Neil H. Talbot
Are externalities extraneous under cap and offset requirements? pp. 3-3 Downloads
Erik F. Haites
Designing an auction for QF generation resources in California: What went wrong? pp. 14-23 Downloads
Paul R. Gribik
Nodal prices and transmission rights: A critical appraisal pp. 24-35 Downloads
Shmuel S. Oren, Pablo Spiller, Pravin Varaiya and Felix Wu
A market-based approach for analysis of utility decisions pp. 36-42 Downloads
Edward C. Bodmer and Richard H. Waldman
Valuing options for electric power resources pp. 43-49 Downloads
Jamss C. Cater
Market-based IRP: It's easy!!! pp. 50-67 Downloads
Shimon Awerbuch
'Comparability' requires ending regulatory penalties on intermittent renewable power pp. 68-69 Downloads
Jeffrey D. Watkiss
The competitive generation market has been assumed, not proven pp. 70-73 Downloads
Steven M. Lewis and Janet Gail Besser
The future of IRP and other public goods in a market-driven world pp. 74-84 Downloads
Eric Hirst, Bruce Tonn and Douglas Bauer
Beware the 2nd price auction pp. 86-87 Downloads
Paul R. Gribik
IRP and DSM meet spellcheck pp. 88-89 Downloads
Rick Morgan

Volume 8, issue 2, 1995

The future of renewable energy industries pp. 12-31 Downloads
Murray Silverman and Susan Worthman
Catching a steady breeze: Putting wind power to work on electric utility systems pp. 32-41 Downloads
Michael C. Brower and Michael W. Tennis
You've got to pay to play: Photovoltaics and transaction costs pp. 42-49 Downloads
David Berry
Moving photovoltaics from the lab to utility application pp. 50-55 Downloads
Brian K. Farmer
Integrated resource planning with renewable resources pp. 56-66 Downloads
Douglas M. Logan, Chris A. Neil, Alan S. Taylor and Peter Lilienthal
A modest proposal for shaping a reasonable new world pp. 67-71 Downloads
Barbara James
Honey, I shrunk the franchise! pp. 72-77 Downloads
Ashley C. Brown

Volume 8, issue 1, 1995

Equalizing burdens pp. 2-3 Downloads
Peter A. Isaacson
Small customers don't want to play "Cajun" pp. 2-2 Downloads
Nancy Brockway
Keep regulating speech pp. 3-3 Downloads
Philip Raphals
How likely is long-run competition in electricity generation? Warning sign pp. 12-20 Downloads
David W. Penn
A timid proposal: Follow the internet, not Poolco pp. 21-27 Downloads
Leonard S. Hyman
Electricity matters: A new incentives approach for a changing electric industry pp. 28-40 Downloads
Wayne P. Olson and Kenneth W. Costello
Competitive pricing of energy services in New York State: Current trends and issues pp. 41-53 Downloads
Tom U. U. Okure
The customer bill as an index of utility performance pp. 54-59 Downloads
Sanford Berg
Progress of a policy experiment: Climate challenge interim report card pp. 60-70 Downloads
Sheryl Sturges and Jeffrey Hewitt
Are externalities extraneous under emission cap and offset requirements? pp. 71-79 Downloads
Ajay K. Sanghi and Anthony L. Joseph
On the road to NOx emissions trading pp. 80-84 Downloads
Susan M. Tikalsky, Joseph M. Kramer and Robert Patrick
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