Tallahassee, Fla., mulling a range of plans to cope with power deregulation
- Towards a new dispensation. van der Kooy, Rob // Finance Week;05/26/2000, p28
Asserts that the deregulation of South Africa's electric utilities is well worth the effort. Cost of implementing changes planned by a consortium led by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; Problems with the country's electrification programs; Effects of deregulation on municipal government finances. ...
- New Moody's study may lead to more Muni utility downgrades. Kinnander, Ola // Bond Buyer;11/3/99, Vol. 330 Issue 30761, p5
Focuses on a study by Moody's Investors Service, which deals with the subject of stranded costs of investor-owned power utilities in the United States. Downward pressure on the ratings of municipal utilities; Legislative and regulatory protections given to stranded-cost recovery; Improvement of...
- Deregulation: The show goes on. Hazan, Earl // Transmission & Distribution World;Mar98, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p49
Reports on the deregulation of electric utilities in the United States. Provision of customer choice in electricity; Agreement of different states to reformat existing operations; Implementation of measures to ensure competitiveness of generating facilities. INSET: The PECO story..
- Living Life on the Wild Side. Bush, Rick // Transmission & Distribution World;Feb2000, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p4
Examines the decision of electric utilities in the United States to move into the deregulated sector. Examples of for-profit activities conducted by the companies; Background information on Power Delivery Field Services; Attributes of people in the regulated business.
- First into deregulation, for better or worse. Shah, Angela // Bond Buyer;9/11/97 Supplement California, Vol. 321, p6A
Focuses on California's electric utility deregulation plans. Plans of the state's three leading investor-owned utilities to sell rate reduction bonds; Prediction of full-scale deregulation in southeastern states. INSETS: California's plan for electric utility deregulation.;Action on the federal...
- N.C.'s Electric Utility Deregulation Committee Has Tar on Its Heels. DeSue, Tedra // Bond Buyer;01/05/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31051, p40
Reports that the legislative committee studying electric utility deregulation in North Carolina has delayed any formal action. Key deregulation issues being examined by committee members; Reasons for the delay.
- Cheaper power to the people. Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor;1/20/98, Vol. 90 Issue 37, pB1
Discusses the deregulation of the electric power industry in the United States in 1998. Why deregulation proponents feel that lower electric bills will come from competition; The growing electricity industry; Why the transmission and distribution of power will remain federally regulated; The...
- FROM THE EDITOR. Phelps, Richard W. // Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);May2001, Vol. 202 Issue 5, p11
Comments on the electric power crisis in California. Notion on interstate power deregulation; Issues on electricity rate increase in other states; Implication of the crisis for commodity prices.
- Utilities are entering an alarming business. Cavanaugh, Herbert A. // Electrical World;Jan1995, Vol. 209 Issue 1, p63
Focuses on the electric utilities' ability to cope with deregulation and the threat of competition in the home-security system that guards individual premises against threats of fire and theft. Approach of interviewing and listening to their customers; Reactions of customers; Substantial risks...