Embracing the enemy

Campbell, John
January 1996
Regional Review;Winter96, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
Describes the risks and opportunities faced by New England Electric System (NEES) and the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), their proposal and effort to build a wide consensus for their design. Collaborative work on power conservation programs; Drafting of a conservation plan with profit incentives; Retail competition in the electricity markets. INSETS: Electric generation.;The prices for power..


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