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Electricity Market Design

June 25th, 2008 by William Hogan, Harvard University

Locational marginal pricing, scarcity pricing and uplift payments present difficult challenges to energy regulators. I recently addressed these three issues in a conference organized by IDEI and the Toulouse School of Economics. Here is the videopodcast.

My slides are also attached.

William W. Hogan, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

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One Response to “Electricity Market Design”

  1. Steven McGlovin Says:

    Regarding the retail market, do you think a ‘switching agency’ (to change supplier) is needed? What are the experiences around the world? Does any agency exist right now? I think it would be important to enhance the retail market and a swithing agency within the Electricity Market Design.

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