Finding the way forward

US wholesale power markets are currently the subject of much concern. As Ferc begins a review to improve competition, Edison Electric Institute's Richard McMahon suggests some key ways to move forward

The US's shareholder-owned electric utility industry is committed to making wholesale electric markets work. As the trade group representing that industry, Edison Electric Institute (EEI) strongly endorses the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (Ferc) decision to hold a series of conferences this year on improving competition in the nation's organised and bilateral wholesale power markets.

The conferences are the latest example of Ferc chairman Joseph Kelliher's dedication to strengthening

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