During the 1990s, the traditional U.S. model of a vertically- integrated, cost-of-service regulated utility was disrupted by a variety of state restructuring plans, which allowed some combination of sales by unregulated merchant generators to retailers and unregulated retailing of electricity to end-use customers…
Étiqueté : electricity industry
This EPRG’s paper looks at the development of the industry in the post-Soviet Russia, starting from the ealry 1990s
The electricity industry in most developed countries has been restructured over recent decades with the aim of improving both service quality and firms’ performance. Regulated segments still provide the infrastructure for the competitive segments and represent a notable amount of the total price paid by final customers…
Investment and efficiency under incentive regulation: The case of the Norwegian electricity distribution networks
This EPRG paper analyses the relationship between investments and cost efficiency in the context of incentive regulation with ex-post regulatory treatment of investments using a panel dataset of 126 Norwegian distribution companies from 2004 to 2010.
This EPRG paper examines the impact of pricing carbon emissions in the Russian electricity supply industry