FERC Ruling On California Refunds

Here’s Chairman Pat Wood’s statement today on the matter, and a findings-at-a-glance summary. I’m sure I’ll have more to say on this once I’ve read the staff report. … More FERC Ruling On California Refunds

Giving Electricity Regulation A Jolt

Ken Silverstein has written a wonderful article today on ways to change the regulatory approach to retail electricity markets, quoting both me and Ken Malloy from the Center for the Advancement of Energy Markets extensively. Both Ken and I make the market-based case for utilities to be free to offer a variety of services to … More Giving Electricity Regulation A JoltMore Giving Electricity Regulation A Jolt

Should The Federal Government Subsidize Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure?

Today’s third part of RPPI’s five-part series on hydrogen addresses proposed subsidies to hydrogen fueling infrastructure, to solve the “chicken-and-egg problem” of vehicle demand and fueling supply. As the article points out, this is not a new problem, and we can learn from how solutions evolved in past instances. … More Should The Federal Government Subsidize Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure?

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is deciding on the extent of refunds that energy companies owe to California resulting from the 2000-2001 electricity policy fiasco. I’ve got an op ed on the issue in today’s Orange County Register, basically saying what I’ve said here before: enough already. Stop focusing resentfully on the past and … More More

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is deciding on the extent of refunds that energy companies owe to California resulting from the 2000-2001 electricity policy fiasco. I’ve got an op ed on the issue in today’s Orange County Register, basically saying what I’ve said here before: enough already. Stop focusing resentfully on the past and … More More

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is deciding on the extent of refunds that energy companies owe to California resulting from the 2000-2001 electricity policy fiasco. I’ve got an op ed on the issue in today’s Orange County Register, basically saying what I’ve said here before: enough already. Stop focusing resentfully on the past and … More More

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is deciding on the extent of refunds that energy companies owe to California resulting from the 2000-2001 electricity policy fiasco. I’ve got an op ed on the issue in today’s Orange County Register, basically saying what I’ve said here before: enough already. Stop focusing resentfully on the past and … More More