U.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading: Strategies & Issues


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RTOs have no common organizational structure, profit objective, or mission, and the transmission capacity and power trading IT systems they are developing will be inadequate before completion. Energy trading exchanges will proliferate over the next 12 months, but then begin to consolidate to two or three by year 2005. Trading exchange consolidation is inevitable as many of them will be unable to compete on the basis of low transaction costs, fast processing times, and verifiable auditing procedures.

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U.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading, IntroductionExecutive SummaryReport OverviewThe Bottom LineCalifornia Deregulation LessonsCalifornia Deregulation Lessons: Key FindingsCalifornia Deregulation Market DysfunctionThe California Crisis in ComparisonRTO Vision LimitationsRTO Key FindingsFERC Regional Plan Breeds National ProblemsU.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading, Trading and Transmission GDP FactorsOverviewGDP Factors Key FindingsThe Federal Reserve's Response and International LinkagesGross Domestic Product (GDP) at RiskWTO and NAFTA: Deregulation CasualtiesU.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading, Transmission Capacity Trading AlternativesOverviewCapacity Trading Key FindingsOASIS, Transmission Capacity Exchange and Pricing ModelsOpen Access Same-Time Information System (OASIS)Transmission Capacity Exchange Versus OASISTransmission Capacity Pricing ModelsU.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading, Electric Power Trading Evolution OverviewEnergy Trading Key FindingsGrid Management Technical ComplexityPower Exchanges and SchedulingElectric Power Trading Exchanges in Their InfancyAutomated Electric Power Transmission Scheduling U.S. Electric Power Transmission Capacity and Power Trading, Paradigm Shift Challenges Grid InvestmentGrid InvestmentParadigm Shift Key FindingsDistributed Generation: ESP Off-Grid ChoicePower Industry National Security ShadowNational Security Key FindingsGovernment Takeover of the Electric Grid

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