The Perryman Group was recently asked to examine the potential economic benefits of statewide competition in the Florida electric power market. Outcomes in other areas which have increased competition (fully adjusted for Florida economic and demographic patterns) were used as a basis for estimating the potential benefits.
Dr. Perryman explains the steps needed to ensure Texas can access sufficient power supply in emergency situations.
While Texas has many features that are appealing to businesses, Dr. Perryman explains how the state's recent electric issues could become a drawback.
Dr. Perryman explains the difference in competition for power and competition for capacity.
Dr. Perryman describes the structure of natural gas purchase and usage in the state and how it could be adjusted to help prevent future outages.
There is an effort across Texas to create a large battery storage capacity, which Dr. Perryman says is very important as we look to our energy future.
An ERCOT power report shows for the first time, wind energy exceeds coal on the state's power grid.
After a Vermont power plant was said to be hacked, many raised the question of what would happen if someone were to take control of the electric grid. Dr. Perryman takes a look at the possibility.