July, 2004

Analyzing the Blackout Report's Recommendations

Alternatives for a Flexible, Dynamic Grid
  • Michael Giberson

    Associate Professor in the Area of Energy, Economics, and Law, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University
  • Lynne Kiesling

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The report shows that industry, regulators, and policymakers still take a very physical supply-oriented view of the system. They would be more innovative, and come up with better policies for more robust networks, if they treated the grid as an organic, dynamic system.


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