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Presentation October 1, 1999

PBR: A California Example

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This is a presentation on performance based regulation and has a California example. It was given at the October 1999 Implementing Power Sector Reform Workshop. Some of the sub-topics covered in this presentation on PBR include the basic formula for the rebenue per person, length & offramps, revenu sharing, service quality, and pricing flexibility....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Performance Based Regulation

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This is a presentation on performance based regulation from the October of 1999 Implementing Power Sector Reform Workshop. In this presentation, the issues of why use PBR and, more specifically, why use generation PBR are discussed and weighed against COS. The presenters go on to show that PBR may be stronger or weeker than COS and that uncertainty undermines PBR...

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Price Signals in Power Sector Reform

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This presentation on price signals was made to the October of 1999 Implement Power Sector Reform Workshop. Some of the sub-topics covered in this presentation include calculating marginal costs, capacity factor, and system planning....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Pricing Principles and Rate Design

By Frederick Weston

This presentation was given by Frederick Weston on pricing principles and rate design and is from the October 1999 Implement Power Sector Reform Workshop...

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Principles of Rate Design

By Frederick Weston

This presentation was given by Frederick Weston on pricing principles and rate design and is from the October 1999 Implement Power Sector Reform Workshop...

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Profits and Progress Through Distributed Resources

By David Moskovitz

This is an October 1999 presentation by David Moskovitz on implementing power sector reform, the profits and progress through distributed resources. The purpose of this presentation is to see whether regulation may unintentionally cause utilities to be hostile to distributed resources and if so what regulatory fixes are available....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Profits and Progress Through Distributed Resources

By David Moskovitz

This is an October of 1999 presentation by David Moskovitz on implementing power sector reform and obtaining profits and progress through distributed resources. The purpose of this presentation is to see whether regulation may unintentionally cause utilities to be hostile to distributed resources and if so what regulatory fixes are available....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Rate Structure Design: Some Details

By Tom Austin

In this presentation, Tom Austin covers topics including special contracts, social policy, system expansion, translating costs to rates, and time of use rates....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

Stranded Costs

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This presentation on implementing power sector reform focuses on recovery of a utility's stranded costs....

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Presentation October 1, 1999

The Economics and Practice of Utility Regulation

By Frederick Weston

This presentation was given by Frederick Weston on economics and practice of utility regulation at the October 1999 Implement Power Sector Reform workshop. In it he suggests that the goals of economic regulation are to foster economic efficiency, to create fair prices for consumers and producers, reasonable service, adequate quality and reliability, while still b...

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