Math Model Explains High Prices in Electricity Markets

October 21, 2005

By Sara Robinson

In 1996, in the hope of reducing its historically high electricity prices, California became the first U.S. state to vote to open its energy markets to competition. Following electricity reform efforts in other countries, the state planned to unbundle the different functions of the old regulated monopolies, introducing competition for power generation and retail delivery.

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