Few Changes in NFMA's Final Public Power Paper
- EVENTS. // Utility Week;4/1/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p26
Presents a schedule of events in the public utilities industry in Europe in April 2004. Micropower 2004: Small-Scale Electricity Generation; Human Resources Forum Launch; Business Process Outsourcing.
- THE POWER OF UTILITY SPECIALISTS. Sebolt, Allison // Electrical Wholesaling;Oct2006, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p46
The article provides information about the developments of the utility market in the U.S. Before the realization of revenue on utilities, all electrical distributors stocked utility products. But, when the country was first being wired for electricity, local power companies built distribution...
- Part Two: Market Potential: Kazakhstan Utilities. // Doing Business with Kazakhstan;2004, p103
The chapter focuses on electric utilities in Kazakhstan. The regional electric companies in the countries are currently undergoing privatization. The privatization process is expected to offer strategic opportunity to foreign suppliers and investors. Foreign companies wanting to enter power...
- Let's Invest in People. Hall, David // Transmission & Distribution World;May2005, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p64
Comments on the decision of Tennessee Valley Authority to increase investments. Regulatory uncertainties that gripped the utility industry in the late 1990s where many utilities decided to put their construction plans on hold; Agency's investments in the build-out of its transmission system;...
- IN BRIEF. // Utility Week;3/10/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p4
The article presents news briefs related to public utilities in Great Britain in 2006. The government has proposed a separate sector for high- efficiency combined heat and power plant under the second phase of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme. UK Coal has signaled plans to build...
- UK utilities: beware of multi-tasking. // MarketWatch: Energy;April 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p8
Warns British energy utilities to proceed with caution when planning to merge their electricity and gas distribution. Reasons why electric utilities see gas distribution as more attractive than electricity distribution.
- executive roundtable: What is the most significant obstacle power generators will face in the next decade, and how do we, as an industry, overcome it? // Electric Light & Power;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p53
Provides information on the view of electric utilities' executives on the significant obstacle that power generators will face and how to overcome it. Names of these executives; Problems that were considered pivotal in the business operations of the industry; Recommended solutions to these problems.
- UK utilities: service brings a smile. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;June 2003, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p108
Looks into the effort of British energy companies to win new customers in the face of the perceived disloyalty among their existing customers. Trend among energy users of switching from one utility to another; Effect on profitability of the switching among customers.
- Energy supply: 93% of suppliers believe branding will become more important. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;November 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p153
Highlights the results of a survey of senior executives in small utilities across Western and Central Europe. Survey responses to the statement that brand will be more importance in the future; Liberalization of energy supply markets in Europe.