Monthly Archives: September 2010

Too Small to Regulate

This post explores how technological and market changes that are unfolding now may change the demographic of electricity generation market participants and some of the implications for policy makers and large scale investors.
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Why Met Gate Matters…

Met Gate matters because it raises questions about how fairly the people who set the system’s rules are behaving. This ulitimately leads to poor economicy performance. It is an issue of corporate goverance.
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