"Chapter 4: Statewide Policy Issues--Being a Player"
Author: Brown, Sheree L.
Published In: Electric Restructuring and Utilities Deregulation: A Facility Manager's Guide
By adopting a proactive approach and preparing for and participating in changes as they occur, rather than sitting by while utilities and others argue for their interests, institutions can influence the emerging competitive market in such a manner as to yield benefits for many years to come. Discusses the decision to become involved in state policy issues, opportunities for reducing costs, protection of existing negotiated rate discounts, wholesale competitive opportunities, stranded costs, congeneration facilities, environmental restrictions and corresponding incentives, participation in pilot programs, and aggregation.
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