4 edition of Regulating utilities with management incentives found in the catalog.
|Statement||Kurt A. Strasser and Mark F. Kohler.|
|Contributions||Kohler, Mark F.|
|LC Classifications||HD2763 .S77 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||89010191|
DPUC is charged with regulating investor-owned utilities, including electric, gas, water, and telecommunications companies. Among other things, it regulates the rates these companies charge, licenses or franchises certain utility companies, implements consumer protection and information laws, and administers several programs. A product of this collaboration between water sector experts was the publication of Performance-Based Contracts for Improving Utilities Efficiency: Experiences and Perspectives in August The book is a compendium of case studies and contributions written by members of the Task Group and experts from the IWA network.
See chart above for a list of utilities that are currently offering incentives. Energy savings estimates for computer power management features vary widely. As an example, the white paper cites the City of Miami, which believes it will save about kWh per PC annually with its recent computer power management : Gina Roos. The TSO plans to reserve MW of regulating power and MW of emergency power (only upward) for , partly through annual contracts and partly through quarterly contracts. 12 The control system applied is the Load Frequency Control system that is central to balance management in the synchronous zone of continental by:
Turkey provided a number of incentives, including a treasury guarantee and long-term energy sales agreements. In , PSEG was granted an authorisation to conduct a feasibility study into the building of a coal-fired power plant and an adjacent coal mine. affordable, and reliable service. As the draft white paper states, the utilities will retain monopoly status for T&D service.5 State law also grants the utilities a monopoly in meter data management and billing service to customers, regardless of the presence of a CCA. The CPUC will continue to regulate the actions of monopoly utilities to ensure.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: Regulating with Incentives Rather than Commands Weak and Perverse Productivity Incentives in Traditional Utility Regulation Traditional Regulation's Problems with Bonuses and Penalties Comprehensive Incentive Plans and Rule-Making Procedures--A Better Approach.
Regulating Utilities with Management Incentives by Kurt A. Strasser,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. He also is the co-author, with Mark Kohler, of Regulating Utilities with Management Incentives. Professor Strasser’s latest book, which was published inis Myths and Realities of Business Environmentalism: Good Works, Good Business or Greenwash.
His recent book chapter, “Protecting Green Consumers and Investors to Make Business. Why Regulate Utilities. informs and revises economic thought about regulation and regulatory change.
Showing that state regulation governed the behavior of local politicians as well as utilities, it gives empirical muscle to the idea that regulatory commissions act like administered contracts.
Regulating utilities In the past, network utilities, like railways, telecommunications, gas, water and electricity supply, were normally state owned and run. The idea of a private company having control of the country’s water supply, for example, was seldom considered.
How would a private company raise the necessary capital for investing in a. positive efficiency incentives created by regulatory lag. In fact, a series of articles published soon afterwards noted that regulatory lag typically creates incentives for utilities to seek efficiency opportunities between rate cases since the gains (profits) from those investments inure.
book, Risk Principles for Public Utility Regulators (MSU Press). Kihm holds a bachelors degree in economics and masters degrees in financial economics and quantitative methods from the University of Wisconsin.
He is a Chartered Financial Analyst. Janice Beecher has served as Director of the Institute of Public Utilities at MSU since Book Description. This new book presents a clear conceptual framework for understanding the transfer of policy ideas between EU states, together with an empirical study of regulatory change within European utilities.
Policy transfer is a new instrument for understanding EU policy-making. It draws from a longitudinal research project on understanding the implications of regulation policy incentives for strategic control in the management of UK monopoly network utilities and the.
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Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xii. PDF. Introduction to Regulating Utilities in an Era of Deregulation.
Michael A. Crew. Pages Productivity Incentives and Rate-of-Return Regulation Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer. Pages Regulatory Policy Under Uncertainty: How Should the Earned Rate of Return for a Public Utility be.
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California Public Utilities Commission. Forum on Governance, Management, and Safety Culture. Ap He teaches utility law at Georgetown University Law Center.
His legal book, Regulating Public Utility Performance: The Law of Market Structure, Pricing and No amount or type of "incentives" can fix a company infected by a culture. regulating the rates charged by gas companies and other utilities without express legislative permission.
As one federal court explained, “the regula-tion of the prices to charge consumers by gas companies is not one of the powers essential to municipal government, and. Performance-based regulation (PBR) is a regulatory framework designed to better align the financial interests and actions of regulated utilities.
effective utility management collectively and individually throughout the water sec-tor and to develop a joint strategy to identify, encourage, and recognize excellence in water and wastewater utility management.
This Effective Utility Management Primer (Primer) is the result of the agreement among the following organizations. Electricity Regulation in the US: A Guide 2.
The Purpose of Utility Regulation E lectric and natural gas utilities that deliver retail service to consumers are regulated by state, federal, and local agencies.
These agencies govern the prices they charge, the terms of their service to consumers, their budgets and construction plans, and. Role of Economic Incentives for Investor Owned Utilities •Economic incentives are the key to signaling that a certain investment or decision is valued or encouraged and another is relatively discouraged •Holds true irrespective of which regulatory model is used by regulators.
The objective of this book is to review and to analyze the economics of conservation programs in theory and in practice. Demand side management (DSM) is one of the most topical issues in regulating electric utilities, both in the United States and internationally.
DSM consists of various measures at the level of demand (households, commerce, industry, others), which are at least partially. Regulating infrastructure utilities can be extremely complex and fraught with risks of political interference and capture by interest groups, especially in countries with little tradition of politically independent government agencies.
the more powerful the incentives for better performance-but also the more demands on the government in.Privatization, Restructuring, and Regulation of Network Industries Cambridge, MA: MIT Press,Chapters 3 and 5.
Newbery, David M. Compares incentives and performance of public versus private enterprises. States that public enterprises are subject to greater government control and so serve the interests of the government.Environment Probe’s Book, Liquid Assets: Privatizing and Regulating Canada’s Water Utilities (published by the University of Toronto’s Centre for Public Management), was short-listed for the / Donner Prize, and award for the best public policy book in Canada.
In some regions of Canada, water is becoming increasingly scarce.