Increasingly, local opposition to new electricity grid development projects cause lengthy delays and places financial and practical strain on the projects. The structure of the electricity industry is in transition due to the emergence of smaller but more numerous electricity generation facilities…
Étiqueté : electricity transmission
“We estimate the impact of a feed-in tariff for renewable power on wind power investment in Germany at the county level from 1996-2010 controlling for windiness and access to the electricity transmission grid. After the Renewable Energy Law (EEG) was passed in 2000, the feed-in tariff became linked to wind power potential, such that more windy locations received a lower incentive per unit of output…”
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…
This EPRG paper analyses the theory and practice of international benchmarking of electricity transmission by regulators
Lessons from the History of Independent System Operators in the Energy Sector, with applications to the Water Sector
This EPRG working paper examines the lessons from independent transmission system operators in energy in the context of the potential introduction of an independent system operator in the water sector.