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The Electricity Journal

Volume 1 - 24

Current editor(s): R. Cohen

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Volume 6, issue 10, 1994

Transition to competition: Federal initiatives and industry opportunities pp. 26-32 Downloads
William L. Hon. Massey
Efficient block rate structures: Rethinking conventional wisdom pp. 54-59 Downloads
John Chamberlin and Ken Seiden
An examination of factors influencing aggregate electric utility equity return shortfalls pp. 60-65 Downloads
R. Charles Moyer and E. Claggett
Environmental externalities and the social rate of discount pp. 66-72 Downloads
James Cater
A study of the privatisation of the electricity supply industry in England and Wales pp. 73-73 Downloads
William W. Hogan and Steven L. Walton

Volume 6, issue 9, 1993

Purchased power incentives pp. 2-2 Downloads
Sarah Johnson and Johannes P. Pfeifenberger
NERA disagrees with Stutz pp. 2-2 Downloads
Hethie Parmesano
The tools of competition: Differentiation, segmentation and the microprocessor pp. 18-23 Downloads
James M. Piepmeier, David O. Jermain and Terry L. Egnor
Re-engineering DSM: Opportunities through information and integration pp. 24-33 Downloads
Philip Hanser, Wade Malcolm and Roger D. Levy
Why industry demand-side management programs should be self-directed pp. 34-40 Downloads
Terry Pritchett, LoVeen Moody and Maurice Brubaker
The TRC and RIM test, how they got that way, and when to apply them pp. 41-45 Downloads
James F. Deegan
Mitigating rate impacts of DSM programs pp. 46-56 Downloads
John Chamberlin, Patricia Herman and Greg Wikler
Evaluating the cost effectiveness of shade trees for demand-side management pp. 57-65 Downloads
E. Gregory McPherson
The effects of the 1990 clean air act on system dispatch and marginal costs pp. 66-70 Downloads
John H. Wile, Bruce J. Ambrose and Hethie S. Parmesano
Allowance trading made easy: The cash-forward settlement pp. 71-75 Downloads
Carlton W. Bartels
Emission allowances-- How volatile a market? pp. 76-80 Downloads
Allen McKee

Volume 6, issue 8, 1993

Establishing firm transmission rights using a rated system path model pp. 20-33 Downloads
Steven L. Walton
Time to face FACs: How fuel clauses undermine energy efficiency pp. 34-41 Downloads
Richard E. Morgan
'Green pricing': Customer choice moves beyond IRP pp. 42-50 Downloads
David Moskovitz
Coordination in the wholesale market: Where does it work? pp. 51-59 Downloads
Richard Gilbert, Edward Kahn and Matthew White
Building a CO2 mitigation portfolio: The future is now for carbon sinks pp. 60-69 Downloads
Mark C. Trexler and Kathleen S. McFall
Allowance trading -- No need for states to reinvent the regulatory wheel pp. 70-75 Downloads
Lisa Chalstrom
Green cars and industrial policy pp. CO3-CO3 Downloads
Kennedy P. Maize

Volume 6, issue 7, 1993

Better living through electricity pp. 2-3 Downloads
Mark P. Mills
Freeman: Lovins is wrong on EVs pp. 2-2 Downloads
S. David Freeman
Truth, not scare, on CO2 policy pp. 4-5 Downloads
David B. Goldstein
The CBOT did it right pp. 6-6 Downloads
David P. Prosperi
Tailor DSM for custumers pp. 6-6 Downloads
J. M. Piepmeier, D. O. Jermain and T. L. Egnor
Showcase the cream pp. 6-7 Downloads
Ted Flanigan
Ventilating BPA conservation pp. 7-7 Downloads
Pamela Brandis
Unfair advantage for IPPs? pp. 7-8 Downloads
Robert R. Reagan
S&P sees strong co-ops pp. 8-9 Downloads
Philip Y. Edwards
Western is repaying its costs pp. 9-9 Downloads
Kenneth G. Maxey
Gas cooling as DSM pp. 9-10 Downloads
Dennis Moran
Buy vs. build: Where the issue stands pp. 45-49 Downloads
Laura J. Rittenhouse
Competitive generation is here pp. 50-53 Downloads
Roger W. Sant
Balancing incentives in a competitive marketplace pp. 54-65 Downloads
Susan Stratton Morse and Meg Meal
From status to contract: Reliability concerns and infrastructure weakness pp. 66-69 Downloads
Daniel Wm. Fessler
The chaos of competition: It's only just begun pp. 70-71 Downloads
Leonard Hyman
Give utility investors a reason to like purchased power pp. 71-71 Downloads
Mark Luftig
'Incentives' for purchased power: Compensation for risk or reward for inefficiency? pp. 71-74 Downloads
Scott Hempling
Integrating purchased power into the resource portfolio--an exercise in mitigating risks pp. 74-75 Downloads
Kent Foster
Much ado about section 712 pp. 75-76 Downloads
Jeffrey D. Watkiss
A survey of current real-time pricing programs pp. 76-77 Downloads
Juliet C. Mak and Bruce R. Chapman
The perils of marketing: A stitch in time saves nine pp. 78-79 Downloads
Jeffrey H. Howard

Volume 6, issue 6, 1993

What does a negawatt really cost? Further thoughts and evidence pp. 14-26 Downloads
Paul Joskow and Donald B. Marron
The slippery slope of fuel substitution pp. 27-33 Downloads
Richard S. Tempchin and Dean White
The transfer loss is all transfer, no loss pp. 34-41 Downloads
Paul Chernick and Jonathan Wallach
Bonus payments solve a real problem: Responding to critics pp. 41-44 Downloads
Eric Blank
Breakup of the Bell monopoly: Lessons for electric utilities pp. 45-51 Downloads
James M. Piepmeier, David O. Jermain and Terry L. Egnor
Financial leverage and the energy policy act of 1992 pp. 52-61 Downloads
Edward H. Jennings
A dissenting view on global climate change pp. 62-69 Downloads
Henry R. Linden
Greenhouse gas emission offsets: A global warming insurance policy pp. 70-83 Downloads
Sheryl D. Sturges
Don't force utilities to abandon coal pp. 84-87 Downloads
Steven A. Mitnick
Global warming: Do the right thing pp. 89-89 Downloads
R. Evan Wallace

Volume 6, issue 5, 1993

'Zero emission' vehicles aren't pp. 2-3 Downloads
Amory B. Lovins
Debunking 'transfer losses' pp. 3-3 Downloads
M. Alexis Maniatis and Johannes P. Pfeifenberger
Electricity agenda items for the new FERC pp. 18-28 Downloads
Paul Joskow
The FERC: Designated driver and head herdsman for electric industry restructing pp. 29-35 Downloads
Charles G. Stalon
Making competition work: Advice to the new commission pp. 36-47 Downloads
Scott Hempling
Life after the Energy Policy Act of 1992 pp. 48-65 Downloads
John Jurewitz
RTGs: A new model for economic regualtion-- Or old wine in a new bottle? pp. 66-75 Downloads
Reinier Lock
Today's utility business (or, boy scouts in the temple of Mammon) pp. 76-81 Downloads
Leonard S. Hyman

Volume 6, issue 4, 1993

NRDC Misleading on CO2 pp. 2-3 Downloads
Fredrick D. Palmer
Do utility DSM programs increase risk? pp. 24-31 Downloads
Eric Hirst
Minimizing non-participant DSM rate impacts--without harming program participation pp. 32-41 Downloads
Eric Blank
It's time for a market-based approach to DSM pp. 42-52 Downloads
A. L. Kolbe, M. A. Maniatis, J. P. Pfeifenberger and D. M. Weinstein
The most successful DSM programs in North America pp. 53-65 Downloads
Ted Flanigan and June Weintraub
One office building is not like another: The need for greater analytical rigor pp. 66-71 Downloads
Ken Monts
How reliable are DSM resources? pp. 72-80 Downloads
Peter W. Jackson
DSM -- It's a contact sport pp. 88-88 Downloads
Maura O'Neill

Volume 6, issue 3, 1993

Letters to the editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
Eric Blank, Bruce Driver and Eric Hirst
The surprising role of risk in utility integrated resource planning pp. 20-33 Downloads
Shimon Awerbuch
Sell lumens, not kilowatts: The future for electric utilities pp. 34-39 Downloads
James M. Piepmeier, David O. Jermain and Terry L. Egnor
The role of electrification in a sustainable energy future pp. 40-45 Downloads
Clark W. Gellings
Electric vehicles: A new challenge for utility planners pp. 46-53 Downloads
Diane O. Wittenberg and Julianne K. Meurice
Get ready for the newest competitor: The vertically integrated utility pp. 54-62 Downloads
George Liparidis and Alvin S. Pak
Insurance for electric and magnetic field litigation: Are you covered? pp. 63-71 Downloads
Eugene R. Anderson and Charles A. Stewart
Renewables bible pp. 72-72 Downloads
David Moskovitz

Volume 6, issue 2, 1993

Electric transmission: A new model for old priciples pp. 18-29 Downloads
William W. Hogan
Operating a transmission company under open access: The basic requirements pp. 40-50 Downloads
Sally Hunt and Graham Shuttleworth
Diversification performance of electric utilities pp. 51-63 Downloads
Murray Silverman
Utilities and CO2 emissions: Who bears the risks of future regulation? pp. 64-75 Downloads
Ralph Cavanagh, Ashok Gupta, Dan Lashof and Marika Tatsutani

Volume 6, issue 1, 1993

Retail wheeling -- not! pp. 2-2 Downloads
Charles E. MacInnis
TVA sets us right pp. 2-2 Downloads
Mary Cartwright
Doubtful on DSM pp. 2-3 Downloads
Robert Polys
The unclear science of CO2 pp. 3-5 Downloads
Henry R. Linden
Two cheers for the energy policy act! pp. 26-32 Downloads
Karl Hausker
Electricity after the energy policy acts of 1992: The regulatory agenda pp. 33-43 Downloads
Ashely C. Brown
Taxing pollution instead of labor: Is it a prudent CO2 reduction policy? pp. 51-57 Downloads
Ajay K. Sanghi and Anthony L. Joseph
Carbon taxes: The case for state leadership pp. 58-69 Downloads
Frank Muller
Transmission access: A developer's perspective pp. 70-79 Downloads
Barney Rush
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