By Albert Thumann
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As this report shows, restructuring is happening at vastly different speeds across the nation. , Pittsburgh, an energy consulting and management firm to end users of electricity and natural gas. Page 14 full completion, while others are just beginning to study the possibilities of introducing choice. While the rate of adoption differs, the issues are often the same; terms such as stranded costs, pilot programs, and aggregations surface in nearly every listing. Above all, this report shows one thing: electricity restructuring is gathering momentum.
Distributed by Prentice Hall PTR Prentice-Hall, Inc. A Simon & Schuster Company Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 Prentice-Hall International (UK) Limited, London Prentice-Hall of Australia Pty. , Tokyo Simon & Schuster Asia Pte. , Rio de Janeiro Page v Table of Contents Acknowledgments vii Introduction ix Chapter 1 The Role of the Energy Procurement Professional 1 Chapter 2 Retail Competition-State by State Update 13 Chapter 3 Lessons Learned from Deregulation in Scandinavia and England 55 Chapter 4 New Energy Legislation: How it Will Impact Power Marketing Transactions 75 Chapter 5 New Tactics and Technologies to Meet the Competitive Utility Environment 85 Chapter 6 Current Happenings in Electric Utility Deregulation: Now is the Time for Users to Renegotiate Their Contracts 113 Chapter 7 The Ten-step Program to Successful Utility Deregulation for Building Owners 121 Page vi Chapter 8 What End Users Should Know about Power Pools 129 Chapter 9 Buying Power in Anticipation of a Competitive Market 137 Chapter 10 Lessons Learned from Request for Competitive Power Prices 149 Chapter 11 Non-Private Power Aggregation: New Markets for Public-Private Partnerships 165 Chapter 12 Experience with Large Scale Load Aggregation and Power Purchase Bidding for State Facilities 173 Chapter 13 What End Users Should Know about Real Time Pricing 179 Chapter 14 Gas Purchasing-Business, Legal and Contracting Issues 187 Chapter 15 The Role of the Gas Marketer 195 Chapter 16 Cogeneration: Where Does it Fit in the Deregulated Market?
Kentucky: A legislative committee held numerous hearings and workshops on electricity restructuring in 1997 to prepare for a legislative proposal in 1998. The Public Service Commission has been involved in these activities, but has no formal investigation or docket. Kentucky Utilities, one of the lowest cost suppliers in the nation, supports retail competition for all customers by Jan. 1, 1999. Kentucky Utilities favors federal guidelines for retail competition implementation, including a provision that would not allow utilities claiming stranded assets to compete for new retail customers until those stranded costs are removed.
Customer Choice: Purchasing Energy in a Deregulated Market by Albert Thumann