Cautious N.C. Leaders Shepherd Electricity Deregulation to Market
- Energy bond mart is going through a near-total rewiring. O'Leary, Christopher // Investment Dealers' Digest;07/12/99, Vol. 65 Issue 28, p6
Focuses on changes in electric utility bond market in the United States. Impact of power industry deregulation on electric companies; Effects of bond index alterations; Visibility of a division between power generation companies and the marketing and trading power supplies companies; Advantages...
- Arkansas lobbies to sell taxable bonds once electric market is deregulated. Sanders, Lisa // Bond Buyer;12/02/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30531, p31
Reports on the proposal of the Arkansas Public Service Commission to deregulate the electric industry not later than 2002 and for the sale of taxable bonds to help private utilities to recover their stranded costs. Economic implications of an underegulated electric industry; Views from industry...
- Electricity deregulation--get the wiring right. Murkowski, Frank H. // Christian Science Monitor;4/3/97, Vol. 89 Issue 89, p19
Opinion. Discusses the possibility of electricity deregulation in the United States. Benefits of electricity deregulation to the average consumer; Consideration of ways to increase competition among suppliers; Principles ignored by electricity reform proposals; Electricity reform as a very...
- Deregulation it's not a done deal. Kemezis, Paul // Electrical World;May97, Vol. 211 Issue 5, p21
Looks at how utility firms in the South and Mid-West are aiming to win the competitive electric game. Some companies opposed to deregulation; Conclusion of various public utilities commissions; Some states reluctant to restructure; Possible federal intervention. INSET: Think tank orchestrates...
- Report: Reduce hidden project risks with new tactics. Rode, Douglas M. // Electrical World;May97, Vol. 211 Issue 5, p48
Looks at the hidden risks involved in the competitive electric power distribution market. Breeding of new categories of risk; Effects of risks on the stakeholder; Traditional utility model; Different perceptions of risk. INSET: New risk externalities of the competitive marketplace..
- Don't fight change, exploit it. Moonan, Kevin // Electrical World;May97, Vol. 211 Issue 5, p68
Looks at comments made at a symposium aimed at the effects of deregulation in the electric industry. Advice to utility managers; Urge not to fight change; Different concepts of the deregularized market.
- Arizona must set lofty standards for deregulation. // Inside Tucson Business;04/12/99, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p4
Editorial. Comments on the need for the state government of Arizona to implement higher standards of competition in the deregulated electric industry. Need for standards for the industry to become more sensitive to consumers' demands.
- Consumers place in deregulation debated. Sodoma, Brian // Inside Tucson Business;04/12/99, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on the need to consider consumers' reactions to the deregulation trend in the electric industry in Arizona. Criticisms against the issuance of deregulation rules without public hearings; Concerns of consumers' groups over the implementation of hearing regulations.
- DEREGULATION DAY. Schliesman, Kyle // Inside Tucson Business;01/01/2001, Vol. 10 Issue 41, p1
Reports on the deregulation of the electric industry in Tucson, Arizona in 2001. Arizona Corporation Commission's prediction that electric deregulation in the city would be completed in 2001; Overview on conditions under the rules of deregulation; Impact of deregulation on the local electric...