ISBN-10:
0792376005
ISBN-13:
9780792376002
Pub. Date:
09/30/2002
Publisher:
Springer US
Electricity Pricing in Transition / Edition 1

Electricity Pricing in Transition / Edition 1

by Ahmad Faruqui, Kelly Eakin

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ISBN-13: 9780792376002
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 09/30/2002
Series: Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy , #42
Edition description: 2002
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Contributors. Foreword; G.B. Swofford. Preface; A. Faruqui, K. Eakin. Section I: The Restructured Organization. 1. Profiling the Critical Role of the New Pricing Organization; M. O'Sheasy, R. Camfield. 2. Pricing Generation Supplier Coordination Obligations: The New Service of the Investor Owned Electric Delivery Service Company; G.R. Pleat. 3. Restructuring the Electric Enterprise: Simulating the Evolution of the Electric Power Industry with Intelligent Adaptive Agents; M. Amin. 4. Electricity Restructuring in Practice; R.L. Gordon. Section II: Competitive Pricing. 5. Challenges in Designing Default Retail Electric Service: What Regulated Retail Services Should Be Available Following Restructuring; J.L. Jurewitz. 6. Energy Markets and Capacity Values: How Complex Should Pricing Be? R.J. Michaels. 7. How to Make Power Markets Competitive; S.A. Van Vactor, S.A. Blumsack. 8. Is Market Based Pricing a Form of Price Discrimination? K. Eakin, A. Faruqui. 9. Use of Market Research in a Competitive Environment; M.V. Williams, Z.A. Awad. Section III: Demand Response and Product Design. 10. Price Responsive Electric Demand: A National Necessity, Not an Option; R. Broehm, P. Fox-Penner. 11. Price-Responsive Load Among Mass-Market Customers; D.M. Violette. 12. RTP Customer Demand Response: Empirical Evidence on How Much Can You Expect; S.D. Braithwait, M. O'Sheasy. 13. Negawatt Pricing: Why Now is the Time in Competitive Electricity Markets; F.P. Sioshansi. 14. Innovative Retail Pricing: A Pacific Northwest Case Study; A. Chung, et al. 15. Self-Designed Electricity Products; R. Camfield, et al. Section IV: The California Experience. 16. The California Electricity Manifesto: Choices Made and Opportunities Lost; C. Danner, et al. 17. California's Energy Crisis: What's Going On, Who's to Blame and What to Do; J. Taylor, P. VanDoren. 18. Empirical Evidence of Strategic Bidding in the California ISO Real-Time Market; A. Sheffrin. 19. Energy Modeling From Conference: Retail Participation in Competitive Power Markets; E. Farrow. Section V: Markets and Regulation. 20. Market-Based U.S. Electricity Prices: A Multi-Model Evaluation; H.G. Huntington. 21. The Essential Role of Earnings Sharing in the Design of Successful Performance-Based Regulation Programs; K.A. McDermott, C.R. Peterson. 22. How Transmission Affects Market Power in Reserve Services; L.D. Kirsch. 23. RTP and Demand Side Participation in Restructured Electricity Market; R.H. Patrick, F.A. Wolak.

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