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California is Still Coming Up Short on Electricity: The State’s Power Sector Remains Troubled and Is at Risk of a Future Supply Shortfall
Despite California’s aggressive response to the 20

 
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By Sean Randolph (ed)
Year: 2003
Pages: 27
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428989161

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Despite California’s aggressive response to the 2000-2001 energy crisis & the ongoing work of regulators to reach policy consensus, there is still a meaningful risk that future power supplies will come up short. One of the key drivers of this risk is a highly uncertain investment climate. In addition, the State’s power policy still has significant flaws that will challenge long-term reliability & will contribute to continued high retail electricity costs for consumers. This paper highlights the risks of a near- to medium-power-supply shortage & sets forth options policy makers have for alleviating these risks. It also identifies the key longer-term challenges that policy makers face in reforming the State’s power sector. Illustrations.

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