Competing for Electrons: The Public Service Company of New Mexico and the City of Albuquerque

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    Abstract:
    This is one of three business-government cases, developed in conjunction with the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, which explore the complications arising as the US moves toward a less regulated market in the "wheeling" (transmission and sale) of electricity--a development widely regarded as being no less revolutionary than the break-up of AT&T and the advent of competitive long-distance telephone service. Among the questions which arise: Should large utilities, which had historically been highly regulated, suddenly be forced to compete with low-cost power wholesalers? Who would benefit, who would lose, as a result? These cases are provocative both for students of current utility policy and students of general regulatory issues. See also Fighting for Customers: Atlantic Bluffs Confronts a Competitive Challenge (C16-93-1225.0), and The California-Oregon Transmission Project: The Quest for Transmission Access (C16-93-1227.0).

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    Publication Date: January 01, 1993
    HKS Case Number: 1226.0
    Case Author: Harvey Simon and Steven Anderson
    Faculty Lead: William Hogan
    Pages (incl. exhibits): 14
    Setting: United States
    Language: English
    _year: Older than 2000
    _pages: 1-15
    _geography: US & Canada
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