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Report May 1, 1995

Electric Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in New England: An Assessment of Existing Policies and Prospects for the Future

By Richard Sedano, Catherine Murray

Energy efficiency and renewable energy have many positive effects on the general economy, the environment and energy security in New England.  With consistent electric demand growth and persistent concerns about electricity reliability, energy security, air quality, climate change and economic development, there is mounting interest in cost effective ways to inc...

Climate and Public Health, Energy Efficiency Obligations, Energy Efficiency Program Design, Renewable Energy Policies Download View Summary
Report May 1, 1995

Green Pricing Newsletter, Volume 2

By Edward Holt

This newsletter shares program development information on green pricing, a service that electric utilities can offer to their customers to support acquiring more renewable energy resources. This is Volume 2....

Distributed Generation, Grid-Scale Renewables Download View Summary
Report March 1, 1995

Issuesletter: Stranded Costs and Other Risks to Look Out For

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This Issuesletter evaluates the stranded costs that regulated distribution utilities incur during the transition to competition, including risk allocation in the context of retail wheeling, flexible pricing and special contracts....

Pricing and Rate Design, Regulation and Governance, Role of Regulatory Institutions Download View Summary
Report September 1, 1994

Discussion Paper: Performance Based Regulation

By Tom Austin

This presentation discusses performance based regulation, including incentive ratemaking, non-traditional fuel adjustment clauses and special accounting and incentives for DSM, and its use in the industry as it transitions to competitive wholesale markets for generation....

Regulation and Governance, Role of Regulatory Institutions Download View Summary
Report June 1, 1994

Cost-Effectiveness Testing of Demand-Side Management Programs

By Cheryl Harrington, David Moskovitz, Tom Austin, Carl Weinberg, Edward Holt

Fully evaluating a demand-side management program requires understanding the impacts from more than one perspective. This chapter explains cost-effectiveness and describes the tests used to evalute programs....

Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Energy Efficiency Program Design Download View Summary
Report June 1, 1994

Regulatory Reform: Removing the Disincentives

By Cheryl Harrington, David Moskovitz, Tom Austin, Carl Weinberg, Edward Holt

This paper analyzes the utility industry's financial disincentives for energy efficiency and explores policy options, including decoupling....

Energy Efficiency and Demand Response, Regulation and Governance, Revenue Regulation, Role of Regulatory Institutions Download View Summary
Report February 1, 1994

IssuesLetter: IRP and Competition

By Regulatory Assistance Project

This paper examines how IRP and competition have evolved in the wholesale competition arena, presents examples of existing retail competition and offers a framework for considering what some see as the next step for retail competition -- retail wheeling....

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