Monthly Essays: Practice and Procedure

Practice and Procedure
Teaching Public Utility Performance | September 2018 Read more
The Committee of Inconsistent Capitalists: Is Your Utility a Member? | May 2018 Read more
Tweeting and Polling: Insults to Effective Regulation | January 2018 Read more
Decisional Defaults: Does Regulation Have Them Backwards? | October 2017 Read more
The Supreme Court Saves Demand Response: Now What? | February 2016 Read more
"Reforming the Energy Vision": Did New York Get Everything Right? | July 2015 Read more
Agency Adjudication: Efforts at Excellence | January 2015 Read more
Demand Response: Four Options for Action, Four Mistakes to Avoid | November 2014 Read more
D.C. Circuit Kills Demand Response Compensation: Now What? | June 2014 Read more
Utility Rate Proposals: Are We Aligning Compensation With Performance? | July 2013 Read more
Competition for the Monopoly — Why So Rare? | January 2013 Read more
Rate Case Timing: Alertness or Auto-Pilot? | February 2011 Read more
“Prudence”: Who’s Minding the Store? | January 2011 Read more
Utility Performance: Will We Know It When We See It? | July 2010 Read more
“Framing”: Does It Divert Regulatory Attention? | May 2010 Read more
Interconnection Animus: Do Regulatory Procedures Create a “Tragedy of the Commons”? | September 2009 Read more
Interconnection Animus: The Readers React | September 2009 Read more
Decisional Defaults: Does Regulation Have Them Backwards? | March 2009 Read more
"Regulatory Settlements": When Do Private Agreements Serve the Public Interest? | July 2008 Read more