Lynne Kiesling Today’s New York Times has an article about a possible new transmission project from northern New York southeast into Orange County (registration required). Here’s the deal: for the past decade there has been increasing anxiety about the ability of the existing high-voltage transmission network to support the increasingly distributed commercial transactions that have … More Don’t Like New Power Lines? How About Using Dynamic Retail Pricing Instead? … More Don’t Like New Power Lines? How About Using Dynamic Retail Pricing Instead?
Lynne Kiesling The ever-clever Jonathan Rauch has a Reason column today in which he makes a provocative proposal to President Bush: Here is the idea: Propose an international treaty whose signatories would agree to eliminate gasoline from their transportation systems by a date certain—say, in 30 years. Seek initial support from Europe and Japan, but … More Imagine There’s No Gasoline (No Demand for It, That Is) … More Imagine There’s No Gasoline (No Demand for It, That Is)