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The Electricity Journal

Volume 1 - 24

Current editor(s): R. Cohen

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Volume 7, issue 10, 1994

Incremental transmission pricing, the comparability standard, and an alternative to the FERC's 'higher of' policy pp. 16-27 Downloads
Robert A. Sinclair, Douglas F. Greer and John W. Wilson
Electricity transmission pricing: Contracts must reflect costs pp. 28-37 Downloads
Graham Shuttleworth
State action in regional transmission groups pp. 38-44 Downloads
Joshua Z. Rokach
Purchased power is not a riskless strategy pp. 45-51 Downloads
David A. Foltz, J. Robert Malko, Gregory J. Pumilia and Thomas J. Purvenas
Offering customers direct access: Using choice to stimulate competition pp. 52-57 Downloads
Robert D. Glynn
Electricity: The future cannot be predicted-- but it can be invented pp. 58-63 Downloads
Vinod K. Dar
Wholesale pooling: The monopolist's new clothes pp. 64-76 Downloads
Robert J. Michaels
The DSM sky hasn't fallen yet pp. 77-80 Downloads
Eric Hirst and Stan Hadley
The twilight zone of retail wheeling pp. 81-81 Downloads
Michael P. May

Volume 7, issue 9, 1994

The advantages of de-integrating the electricity industry pp. 16-21 Downloads
Richard J. Pierce
Looking for peace in the middle of a nervous breakdown pp. 22-33 Downloads
David Moskovitz and Douglas Foy
Energy efficiency services: What role in a competitive environment? pp. 34-45 Downloads
James Newcomb
Can energy markets drive DSM? pp. 46-55 Downloads
Douglas A. Houston
Reinventing the energy conservation industry pp. 56-65 Downloads
Rolly Rouse
A win/win approach to commercial/industrial DSM: Making DSM Work for all utility customers pp. 66-73 Downloads
Harlan Lachman, Paul Cillo, Ian Goodman and Peter Kelly-Detwiler
The fair allocation of electricity costs over time pp. 74-78 Downloads
Greg Hill
Needed: Broad perspective, fresh ideas pp. 81-81 Downloads
Susan Fallows Tierney

Volume 7, issue 8, 1994

Unused and useless: The strange economics of stranded investment pp. 12-22 Downloads
Robert J. Michaels
Can regulation and competition coexist? Solutions to the stranded cost problem and other conundra pp. 23-35 Downloads
Alfred Kahn
Restructuring the electric utility industry: Further tentative thoughts pp. 36-41 Downloads
Irwin M. Stelzer
After Cajun, what next for stranded costs? pp. 42-48 Downloads
James D. Pembroke
Let's make electricity generation competitive pp. 49-57 Downloads
Roger W. Sant and Roger F. Naill
A proposal for implementing retail competition in the electricity industry pp. 58-72 Downloads
Bernard Black

Volume 7, issue 7, 1994

What does Lovins really mean? pp. 2-2 Downloads
K. J. Marks
DSM must be cost effective pp. 2-2 Downloads
Peter A. Isaacson
Jobs study misunderstood pp. 2-3 Downloads
Skip Laitner
Climate cash, climate change pp. 3-3 Downloads
Ned Ford
A guide to the blue book: Issues in California's electric industry restructuring and reform pp. 18-29 Downloads
Carl Blumstein and James Bushnell
Efficient direct access: Comments on the California blue book proposals pp. 30-41 Downloads
William W. Hogan
POOLCO: An independent power pool company for an efficient power market pp. 42-47 Downloads
Vikram Budhraja and Fiona Woolf
An efficient electricity market: Using a pool to support real competition pp. 48-60 Downloads
Don Garber, Willian W. Hogan and Larry Ruff
The real debate over purchased power pp. 61-73 Downloads
David T. Brown, Tracy Lewis and Michael D. Ryngaert
Purchased power -- Hidden costs or benefits? pp. 74-83 Downloads
A. L. Kolbe, S. Johnson, J. P. Pfeifenberger and D. M. Weinstein
Resources are finite pp. 84-84 Downloads
Robert J. King
Market-based speech? pp. 85-85 Downloads
Peter Bradford

Volume 7, issue 6, 1994

A different view of'65 blackout pp. 2-3 Downloads
Joseph C. Swidler
Can Joskow and Lovins find common ground? pp. 3-3 Downloads
Gregory J. Smith
Cleaner air--It's happening pp. 3-3 Downloads
Brian J. McLean
Replacement power costs--Its more complex than that pp. 4-4 Downloads
Michael P. Holstein
Getting straight on Ohio law pp. 4-4 Downloads
Craig A. Glazer
Regulators, to your stations! pp. 5-5 Downloads
Gary Epler
DSM and global competitiveness pp. 6-6 Downloads
Glen Weisbrod
Achieving competitive advantage in the electric power marketplace pp. 27-37 Downloads
Larry Kellerman
Options in energy storage technologies pp. 38-47 Downloads
Fred R. Harty, Fred Depenbrock, Patrick W. Ward and Daniel L. Shectman
Advanced pumped storage: The new competitive edge pp. 48-53 Downloads
Rod Boucher and Paul Rodzianko
Alternative ways to decouple electric utility revenues from sales pp. 54-66 Downloads
Eric Hirst, Eric Blank and David Moskovitz
Strategy-driven pricing: The competitive power of diversity pp. 67-80 Downloads
Eric Hirst, Eric Blank and David Moskovitz
Clouds in the future of DSM pp. 81-82 Downloads
Ahmad Faruqui, Gregory A. Wikler and John H. Chamberlin
California reform needs a lighter touch pp. 84-84 Downloads
Eric Woychik

Volume 7, issue 5, 1994

Elcon clarifies pp. 2-2 Downloads
John Hughes
The massacre has begun pp. 2-2 Downloads
Tom Hochstetler
Reviving regulation -- and antitrust pp. 16-23 Downloads
William G. Shepherd
Stop wheeling and start dealing: Resolving the transmission dilemma pp. 24-43 Downloads
Larry E. Ruff
A modest proposal: Nationalize the U.S. nuclear industry to foster competition pp. 44-47 Downloads
Edward Kahn
Competitive electricity markets in practice: Experience from Norway pp. 48-55 Downloads
Dan W. York
Retail competition in the electricity industry: Lessons from the United Kingdom pp. 56-63 Downloads
Tim Woolf

Volume 7, issue 4, 1994

DSM in the broader economy: The economic impacts of utility efficiency programs pp. 14-28 Downloads
Edward Moscovitch
Apples, oranges, and horned toads: Is the Joskow Marron critique of electric efficiency costs valid? pp. 29-49 Downloads
Amory B. Lovins
More from the guru of energy efficiency: 'There must be a pony!' pp. 50-61 Downloads
Paul Joskow
DSM as an economic development strategy pp. 62-69 Downloads
Skip Laitner, Betty Krier and Ian Goodman
Do diminishing marginal returns apply to DSM? pp. 70-79 Downloads
Fereidoon Perry Sioshansi
DSM: Not for jobs, but on its merits pp. 80-81 Downloads
Robert Solow

Volume 7, issue 3, 1994

Natural gas vs. coal pp. 2-2 Downloads
Edwin F. Hardy
Last word on global warming? pp. 2-2 Downloads
Alan S. Miller
Beyond retail wheeling: Competitive sourcing of retail electric power pp. 12-23 Downloads
James B. Rouse
Depolarizing the debate: Can retail wheeling co-exist with integrated resource planning? pp. 24-33 Downloads
Scott Hempling
Retail wheeling: Déjà vu all over again? pp. 34-48 Downloads
Jonathan A. Lesser and Malcolm D. Ainspan
The political economy of retail wheeling, or how to not re-fight the last war pp. 49-61 Downloads
Armond Cohen and Steven Kihm
Retail wheeling: Why the proponents must bear the burden of proof pp. 62-70 Downloads
John L. Jurewitz
Windows to the electric utility future pp. 78-78 Downloads
Robert O. Marritz

Volume 7, issue 2, 1994

Utilities and state regulators are failing to take advantage of emission allowance trading pp. 20-27 Downloads
Douglas R. Bohi
The behavior of the allowance market: Theory and evidence pp. 28-37 Downloads
Robert Hahn and Carol A. May
Clean air act compliance -- the decision making challenge pp. 38-47 Downloads
Artur Niemczewski and David J. Walls
End-use fuel substitution: Review of regulatory approaches and key policy issues pp. 48-59 Downloads
Stephen Wiel and Charles A. Goldman
Valuing flexibility in utility planning pp. 60-65 Downloads
Thomas W. Kaslow and Robert Pindyck
The role of environmental groups in electric-utility regulation: A case study pp. 66-76 Downloads
Eric Hirst
Everyone wins! -- A program to upgrade energy efficiency in manufactured housing pp. 77-87 Downloads
A. D. Lee, S. A. Onisko, L. J. Sandahl and J. Butler
Guest editorial: Real strategic planning pp. 88-88 Downloads
Maura O'Neill
Editorial: FERC needs some solar energy pp. 89-89 Downloads
Kennedy P. Maize

Volume 7, issue 1, 1994

Clarifying electrotechnologies pp. 3-4 Downloads
Amory B. Lovins
Let's count all the costs pp. 7-9 Downloads
Larry E. Managing
Information: The coin of the realm in a competitive electric market pp. 25-33 Downloads
Philip R. O'Connor and Marc A. Vallen
A serendipitous synergy: Why electric utilities should install the information superhighway pp. 34-45 Downloads
Michael R. Niggli and Walter W. Nixon
Fiber optics, electric utilities and the information superhighway-- The community's role pp. 46-54 Downloads
Clinton A. Vince, J. Cathy Fogel and Paul E. Nordstrom
The power of light in electric utilities pp. 55-65 Downloads
Stephen N. Brown
The debate continues: The science of global climate change: The state of the art of climate science pp. 65-77 Downloads
Daniel A. Lashof and Henry Linden
Sciences does not support 'consensus' on climate change pp. 78-85 Downloads
Henry R. Linden
Fuel cost adjustments: An ideal whose time has gone pp. 89-89 Downloads
Robert J. Michaels
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