Power generation
Mark quits Enron board
4 October 2000
Sam Henry moves up
4 October 2000
Avista’s lab additions
4 October 2000
Horgan returns to Dallas
4 October 2000
e-business and the competitive power utility of the future
4 October 2000
Everyone is well aware of its impact, but are electric utilities doing enough on e-business opportunities?
Deregulation in the US generation sector: a mid-course appraisal
4 October 2000
Surprising demand growth and incomplete, slow policy enactment have caused the deregulation of the globe’s largest power market to be accompanied by the highest price spikes in world power history
Power and natural gas in Trinidad and Tobago
4 October 2000
In 1945, the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) became the country's sole provider of electricity. Since 1963, the utility has used natural gas as its preferred source of energy
Ratings for utilities to diverge from sovereigns as deregulation progresses
4 October 2000
Ratings are essentially opinions on the ability and willingness of an issuer to make timely payment of its debt obligations and the expected recovery rate should a default occur
New Electricity Trading Arrangements: what do they mean?
4 October 2000
News that the introduction of New Electricity Trading Arrangements in England and Wales has been postponed will come as no surprise to its critics. Now due to go live early next year, what does NETA hold in store?