Bid Data Exposure: Friend Or Foe Of Collusion

Michael Giberson Does immediate access to bid data in electricity markets aid collusion or aid in the detection of collusion and other market abuses? FERC, in a recent order on the Midwest ISO’s energy market filing, said: “We agree with Wisconsin Retail and the Midwest TDUs that transparency is an important feature of market design. … More Bid Data Exposure: Friend Or Foe Of CollusionMore Bid Data Exposure: Friend Or Foe Of Collusion

Where Are We Now? A Year After The August 14, 2003 Blackout

Michael Giberson A host of newspaper articles and essays mark the one year anniversary of the August 14, 2003 Blackout. On Thursday, August 12, the Cato Institute’s Peter Van Doren and Jerry Taylor argue against linking electric industry reform agendas to the blackout on the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal. The blackout resulted … More Where Are We Now? A Year After The August 14, 2003 BlackoutMore Where Are We Now? A Year After The August 14, 2003 Blackout