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

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

 

RELEASE DATE
17-Oct-2001
REGION
North America
Research Code: A114-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG00736-NA-MR_04491
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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.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Report Overview
  • The Bottom Line

California Deregulation Lessons

  • California Deregulation Lessons: Key Findings
  • California Deregulation Market Dysfunction
  • The California Crisis in Comparison

RTO Vision Limitations

  • RTO Key Findings
  • FERC Regional Plan Breeds National Problems

Overview

The Federal Reserve's Response and International Linkages

Related Research
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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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Industries Energy
WIP Number A114-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No