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ELP Volume 81 Issue 4
What factors impact the water treatment market in power generation?
We read your article, Is deregulation dead? (Feb. 2003 EL&P), with genuine interest. On the whole, this is a good, thought-provoking article, which we appreciate. Mr. Valocchi, however, is quoted as saying that Michigan is one of a group of "states that really aren't doing much of anything"
Wouldn't you have liked being a fly on the walls in the suites of top corporate executives charged the last two years with making sense out of a chaotic international phenomenon called utility deregulation?
John Wooden once stated, "Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there."
Accenture and BC Hydro signed a 10-year agreement valued at nearly $1 billion designed to save BC Hydro customers $250 million CDN and expand Accenture's ability to offer customer relationship management, IT, human resources, financial, procurement, building and office management services to utilities across North America
As independent system operators (ISOs) grapple with the challenges of administering wholesale electricity markets in a manner consistent with reliability and open access, they are also becoming increasingly involved in the development and management of electricity information tracking (EIT) systems.
Two-and-a-half years have elapsed since the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) requested transmission owners to band together and create regional transmission organizations (RTOs) throughout the country.
In this spot, we have dissected the industry from every interior point of view from regulator to company executive.
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