RESEARCH LIBRARY
Research Papers

EPAct and Predictions for the Future

2003 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992

2003

Energy Future Coalition. Challenge and Opportunity: Charting a New Energy Future, June 2003. Report, 137 pages.
See also The Future of Energy Policy, an accompanying article by Timothy Wirth, C. Boyden Gray and John Podesta in Foreign Affairs, July-August 2003, pages 132-155 (available for purchase here).

1995

Stelzer, Irwin. It's a New World, So What's a Utility To Do? 11 December 1995

Stelzer, Irwin. Restructuring the Electric Utility Industry: The Next Step Draft. 24 May 1995.

Joskow, Paul. How Will It All End? The Electric Utility Industry in 2005 Draft. May 1995.

Moler, Elizabeth. Statement Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources US Senate. 10 May 1995.

Arkin, Zander. Benefits of Competition Draft. 8 January 1995.

National Independant Electricity Producers. Is Competition Here? A Preliminary Evaluation of Defects in the Market for Generation. 31 January 1995.

1994

Moskovitz, David and Douglas Foy. Looking for Peace in the Middle of a Nervous Breakdown. The Electricity Journal. November 1994.

Hogan, William. Reshaping the Electricity Industry. Prepared for the Federal Energy Bar Conference "Turmoil for the Utilities," Washington, DC. 17 November 1994.

Murphy, Joellyn. The Electric Utility of the Future Draft. 27 October 1994. Presentation.

Page, Thomas. The Path to Industry Reform Draft. 27 October 1994. Presentation.

Hogan, William. Comments on Electric Industry Restructuring. Energy and Power Subcommittee Hearing. 14 July 1994.

Brown, Ashley. Changes in the Electricity Industry Since the Passage of the Energy Policy Act of 1992. Statement before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy and Power. 14 July 1994.

Sant, Roger and Roger Naill. Let's Make Electricity Generation Competitive Draft. 23 June 1994.

1993

Moskovitz, David, Tom Austin, Cheryl Harrington and Carl Weinberg. Future Utility and Regulatory Structures: If You Don't Know Where You're Going, Any Road Will Get You There. December 1993.

Tierney, Susan. If We Don't Know Where We're Going, How Will We Know If We Get There? 17 November 1993.

Tranen, Jeffrey. Competition Within the Regulated Utility Industry Draft. October 1993.

Edison Electric Institute. Implementing the Energy Policy Act: A Regulatory Analysis One Year Later. October 1993.

Joskow, Paul. Electricity Agenda Items for the New FERC. The Electricity Journal. June 1993.

Brown, Ashley. "Electricity After the Energy Policy Act of 1992: The Regulatory Agenda." The Electricity Journal, January/February 1993.

Kaplow, Louis. An Ex Ante Perspective on Deregulation, Viewed Ex Post Resource and Energy Economics 15. 1993. Pages 153-173.

1992

Ruff, Larry. Competitive Electricity Markets: The Theory and Its Application. December 1992.

Categories

Capacity Markets

Climate Change

Coal

Competitive Market Models and Transitions to Competition

Electric Storage

Demand Response

Demand Side Management/Conservation

Distributed Generation

EPAct and Predictions for the Future

FERC Rulings and Reports

Financial Markets

Financial Transmission Rights

Investment Incentives/Risk Allocation

Lessons from Abroad

Lessons from Other US Industries

LMP

Market Liquidity

Market "Manipulation"

Merchant Transmission

Mergers, Market Power and Anti-Trust

National Energy Policy

Natural Gas

Nuclear Power

PEV (Plug-in Electric Vehicles)

Public Power

Regional Transmission Organizations

Regulation, Governance and Judicial Review

Reliability

Renewable Energy

Research and Development

Resource Adequacy

Retail Pricing

Scarcity Pricing

Siting

Smart Grid

Standard Market Design and Demand-Side Activities

State and Regional Activities

Storage

Stranded Benefits (Including Public Policy, Environment, DSM, IRP)

Stranded Investments, Assets, Costs (Including the Nuclear Question)

Transmission Cost Allocation

Technology Incentives

Transmission Investment

Transmission Planning

Wholesale and Retail Competition

Miscellaneous (Including Electricity Futures, Economic Principles, Financial Reform)