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Dispatchable Wind & Solar - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 4/11/23 at 7:00 AM
  • Energy Policy,Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Electricity demand fluctuates continuously, over a range of 2.5-3 to one. Electric utility operators control the output of numerous generation resources over their acceptable range of operation to match the contemporaneous demand of the ...

Reluctant Realization - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 12/19/23 at 6:00 AM
  • Energy Policy,Climate Change

The US federal government has set a goal of transitioning the US energy economy to a fossil-fuel-free, “all-electric everything” energy economy by 2050. This transition would require an approximate tripling of the US electricity...

Utility Cost Allocation - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 1/16/24 at 6:00 AM
  • Energy Policy,Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

One of the most contentious issues in utility ratemaking has been the issue of allocation of both capital and operating costs among customer classes. This allocation has been accomplished through monthly service charges, time of day rates, ...

Utility Regrets (Small) - ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 12/13/22 at 7:00 AM
  • Energy Policy,Climate Change
  • Ed Reid

Electric utilities find themselves positioned between the renewable generation industries (wind and solar) and electricity end users. Their relationships with these groups are controlled or influenced by legislation and regulation at the ...