TVA mulls fuel cell plant that will store electricity

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is considering building a fuel cell power plant that also stores electricity.

BOULDER, Colo.—Electric power shortages and high prices in many areas of the country have put the electric power industry in the public spotlight and sparked demands for re-regulation of the industry. A new study released by RDI Consulting, a division of Financial Times Energy, predicts that these price spikes will be temporary and that as early as next year some regions could be facing a glut of oversupply in the wholesale electricity market.

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