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ELP Volume 78 Issue 12

Conferences juxtapose Okla., Calif. energy

Oklahoma is working hard to prove it's not California-at least where electricity is concerned.

FERC makes no-fault finding, bevy of angry responses ensue

An informal investigation of the California market by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) brought good news to state operators: FERC has found no evidence of direct exercise of market power or regulatory fumblings.

What you don’t know, will hurt you

At this time last year, the bugaboo was all about Y2K meltdown.


True Quote inks agreements

ComEd unveils SCADA evolution

On the phone, we dissected SCADA for all its worth, picking apart substation from data collection, operations from corporate, old from new.

Lifting the Lid off Pandora’s Box: Managing Risk in an Online Economy

With every click, energy e-market participants lift the proverbial lid off of "Pandora's Box", filled with the unknowns in an open market system - a vast digital marketplace filled with anonymous counterparties and unrated players.

Exchange Notes

Dynegy Goes Live with OpenLink's Endur

Decommissioning of oldest U.S. nuclear plant among Power Engineering winners

The decommissioning of the nation's oldest nuclear power plant is among three Projects of the Year 2000 award winners selected by the editors of Power Engineering magazine.


Sandia brings photovoltaic safely to grid

Entergy cuts consumption with call options

Entergy Inc. has learned something about pricing electricity from the airlines industry and applied it to the company's new market-based load management program.