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Least-cost planning in the utility sector

Charles Goldman

Least-cost planning in the utility sector

progress and challenges

by Charles Goldman

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Published by United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Buildings and Community Systems in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric utilities -- United States -- Costs,
  • Electric utilities -- Costs,
  • Building -- Energy conservation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCharles Goldman, Eric Hirst, Florentin Krause, editors.
    SeriesOak Ridge National Laboratory -- 284., ORNL (series) -- 290.
    ContributionsHirst, Eric., Krause, Florentin, 1950-, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division., Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Applied Science Division.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17631645M
    OCLC/WorldCa20738359

    Northwest Power Planning Council , “The Role of Conservation in Least Cost Planning”, Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, USA, June Google Scholar Ruff, L., , “The Basic Economics of Utility Least-Cost Planning and Demand-Side Management”, Northeast Utilities, October Cited by: 5. least-cost utility planning and demand-side management. This introduction describes the organization and methodology of the bibliography. To aid the user who may be unfamiliar with this field, these remarks also survey the factual back-ground .

    The Unpredictable Certainty: White Papers. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Least-Cost Integrated Resource Plan—A Three-Year Plan, with several public utility commissions in its service area, that utility proposed a Customer-Controlled Load Management (CCLM) project that would eventually serve over , Partially integrated public utility Generates power Purchaser & seller of power as a “Single Buyer” - Prepare least cost generation expansion plan - Construct most of public sector power plants according to least cost plan - Conduct procurement process for Private Power (IPPs) - Purchase electricity from generators (public and private).

    An important current issue in the health sector in developing countries concerns the appropriate degree of reliance on the private sector and on private spending for the provision of health care. Proponents of user charges and greater privatization claim that . Careful planning of the electric sector is therefore of great importance since the decisions to be taken involve the commitment of large resources, with potentially serious economic risks for the electrical utility and the economy as a whole. POWER SYSTEM PLANNING Power system planning is part of a more general problem, that of energy and economicFile Size: KB.


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