Muddled power industry transition producing new uncertainties

Potential consequences of the transition difficulties include the likelihood of renewed political intervention and re-regulation that could worsen the current transmission gridlock and increase the industry’s valuation gap, Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) and Arthur Andersen say in “Electric Power Trends 2001.” The result would be creation of additional impediments to reliable delivery of electric power.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, September 20, 2000—The Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator (MISO) was notified recently of Illinois Power’s intention to withdraw as a transmission owning member of the MISO.

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