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Why FERC Order 1000 is a Big Deal in the Electric Industry

by Greg Stark, Enerdynamics Instructor High-voltage lines for the long distance transportation of electrical energy (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Many of our readers may have noticed at their companies a considerable effort expended on FERC Order 1000 compliance in the last … Continue reading

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Uncertainty in Clean Air Rules Continues to Impede Planning

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Instructor Pity the poor owner or developer of a power plant in the U.S.  Power plants are at least 20-year investments and longer for some types of generation such as coal or nuclear.  … Continue reading

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Demand Side Management and Its Impact on Wholesale Electricity Markets

By Matthew Rose, Enerdynamics Instructor The debate over the impact of demand response and energy efficiency in the wholesale power markets remains active. On the surface, there is an intuitive belief that if we better manage and even reduce demand, … Continue reading

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