Energy Supply, Demand, and Markets – Early Fall 2013
As announcements of coal-fired power plant retirements continue, some power markets continue to tweak rules to encourage new capacity. Nuclear and demand-side efforts also look to play an increasing role. Read more below.
- Coal Retirements: Beyond Macro Forecasts to Regional Impacts and Economic Incentives
- Capacity Markets: Things Are Different in the Lone Star State…for Now
- FERC Revisits Capacity Market Design: Adaptation or Overhaul Ahead?
- Demand Response in Power Markets: Policy and Reliability – Striking a Balance?
- The Nuclear Power Sector in Flux
- Utility Demand-Side Management, Especially Efficiency Efforts, Continue to Advance
- Distributed Solar Resource Heat Map: One Approach
- Download the ScottMadden Energy Industry Update
- Viewpoint: Combined Cycles
- Viewpoint: Coal’s Slow Burn
- Viewpoint: Small and Single – It’s a Tough World Out There
- Viewpoint: Who Killed Electric Demand? Will Changes in Usage Ground Utilities’ Prospects?
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