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The Electricity Journal

Volume 1 - 24

Current editor(s): R. Cohen

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Volume 4, issue 10, 1991

Retooling to improve competitive capability pp. 56-62 Downloads
Seetaram Motupalli
Coal gasification and CO2 pp. 63-63 Downloads
Mark S. Adams
Quantify costs of carbon dioxide emissions--but not with trees pp. 64-64 Downloads
Steven A. Mitnick

Volume 4, issue 9, 1991

Letters to the editor pp. 2-3 Downloads
William F. Malec
Electric utility strategies and the emerging industry structure -- Part I pp. 24-29 Downloads
Seetaram Motupalli
Risks in independent power contracts: An empirical survey pp. 30-45 Downloads
Edward P. Kahn
The new environmental accounting: A status report pp. 46-54 Downloads
Hon. Stephen Wiel

Volume 4, issue 8, 1991

Prudence and power procurement: Will we preclude utility ownership? pp. 20-29 Downloads
William D. Steinmeier
The case for indexed price caps for U.S. electric utilities pp. 30-37 Downloads
Mark Newton Lowry
End-use fuel-switching: Is it fair? pp. 38-43 Downloads
John H. Chamberlin and Ed R. Mayberry
Electric utility preferred stock financing -- Twilight or new dawn? pp. 44-53 Downloads
Richard Klein

Volume 4, issue 7, 1991

Market structure and its implications for regulatory policy pp. 26-37 Downloads
David B. Hatcher
A look at the resource portfolios of 24 electric utilities pp. 38-45 Downloads
Martin Schweitzer, Eric Hirst and Lawrence J. Hill
Impacts of the 1990 clean air act on utility planning pp. 46-53 Downloads
John H. Wile
Competitive markets first, PUHCA 'reform' later pp. 54-57 Downloads
Robert A. Jablon, Thomas C. Trauger and Meg Meiser

Volume 4, issue 6, 1991

Merger proceedings that work: A look to the future pp. 20-27 Downloads
Douglas G. Green
Toward a definition of effective competition in energy markets pp. 28-37 Downloads
Richard P. Rozek
The Soyland case: A new era in FERC power contract review? pp. 38-45 Downloads
William D. DeGrandis
Decoupling sales and profits: An incentive approach that works pp. 46-53 Downloads
David Moskovitz and Gary Swofford

Volume 4, issue 5, 1991

An economically rational approach to least-cost planning pp. 11-20 Downloads
Alfred Kahn
Purchasing 'lost opportunity' resources: How much should we pay today to avoid tomorrow's costs? pp. 21-27 Downloads
Lon L. Peters
Why utility stockholders don't need financial incentives to support demand-side management pp. 28-35 Downloads
Steven G. Kihm
PUHCA: Debunking the case against reform pp. 36-45 Downloads
William T. McCormick
TVA and restructuring: Will more competitive markets put TVA on the ropes? pp. 46-59 Downloads
Allan G. Pulsipher
The need for proper risk allocation in build-vs.-buy decisions: A response pp. 60-63 Downloads
Lewis J. Perl and Mark D. Luftig
Prudence process sound pp. 65-65 Downloads
Stanley W. Hulett

Volume 4, issue 4, 1991

The future of America's electric utilities: Reconciling deregulation and least-cost planning pp. 20-29 Downloads
Ralph Cavanagh
The electric utility as investment bank for energy efficiency pp. 30-39 Downloads
Stephen Wiel
Do market imperfections justify utility conservation programs? A review of the evidence pp. 40-53 Downloads
T. Scott Newlon and David Weitzel
Facing EMF unknowns: What should a 'prudent utility' do? pp. 54-61 Downloads
John W. Gulliver and Matthew D. Manahan
EMF in its infancy: A call for openness pp. 62-63 Downloads
Robert E. Norris
Pro-nuclear bromides pp. 65-65 Downloads
Steve Harding

Volume 4, issue 3, 1991

A citizen-activist looks at EMF pp. 22-27 Downloads
Shirley D. Linde
The EMF dilemma: Decision-making amid scientific uncertainty pp. 28-33 Downloads
Cindy Sage
Toward a sensible EMF policy: One utility's approach pp. 34-39 Downloads
Bernard V. Palk
EMF: Liability, prudent avoidance, and communication pp. 40-45 Downloads
Tom Watson and Mark Warnquist
EMF and public policy: Balancing interests of customers, shareholders, and the public pp. 46-53 Downloads
Deborah J. Ross
Risky business? The case for independents pp. 54-63 Downloads
Roger F. Naill and Barry J. Sharp

Volume 4, issue 2, 1991

Full-cost dispatch: Incorporating environmental externalities in electric system operation pp. 20-33 Downloads
Stephen Bernow, Bruce Biewald and Donald Marron
A utility view of externalities: Evolution, not revolution pp. 34-39 Downloads
Gerald R. Browne
Environmental externalities and CO2: Not with our money, you don't pp. 40-45 Downloads
Fredrick D. Palmer
Methods of valuing environmental externalities pp. 46-53 Downloads
Paul Chernick and Emily Caverhill
Should economic impacts be treated as externalities? pp. 54-59 Downloads
Ajay K. Sanghi
Environmental costing gone Awry in the State of Neuralgia pp. 60-61 Downloads
Peter A. Isaacson
Integrated Resource Planning: It works on the supply-side too pp. 62-64 Downloads
Stephen Wiel

Volume 4, issue 1, 1991

The recombinant genes of nuclear power: A meditation on technology pp. 14-17 Downloads
Perry Swisher
10 blows that stopped nuclear power pp. 18-25 Downloads
Charles Komanoff
Nuclear power in the United States: A current assessment pp. 26-33 Downloads
John Taylor
Global warming and oil: Can nuclear power make a difference? pp. 34-44 Downloads
David Bodansky
Self-dealing: The case against removing PUHCA restrictions on utility-affiliated power producers pp. 45-61 Downloads
Cynthia S. Bogorad
To FERC or not to FERC, that is the question pp. 62-65 Downloads
Donald R. Allen
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