RDI study predicts generating capacity and regulatory climate

“Even in the West, where shortages and unprecedented high prices have been the rule in 2000, more than enough new capacity is under development to bring power markets into balance and perhaps provide a mild over-correction within the next couple of years,” says Douglas Logan, Principal, RDI Consulting and Project Manager of the study.

Dec. 16, 2000–The bulk of California electricity transactions would be shifted into the forward markets from the spot market, under a series of reforms the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) adopted Friday to correct flaws in the state’s wholesale power market.

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