NUCLEAR power plants, ELECTRICITY, CONSUMERS -- United States, INDUSTRIES -- United States, and ECONOMIC conditions in the United States
The article emphasizes the need to value the reliability and environmental benefits of nuclear power plants to ensure that the electric system meets the expectations of consumers in the U.S. The importance of reliable supplies of electricity to industries that drive the U.S. economy is discussed. An overview of the result of a study by IHS Energy which compared the current electric generation mix in the U.S. with a reduced diversity case is also presented.
Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. 2013 Annual Report, p43-43. 1p.
DEMCO Inc., ELECTRIC cooperatives, ELECTRICITY, CONSUMERS, and SITMAN, Richard
This article offers information on DEMCO, a member-owned electric cooperative based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The utility, founded in 1938, distributes electricity to more than 100,000 member consumers. Richard Sitman, the utility's president of the board of directors, talks about the service being provided by DEMCO.
ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC power consumption, RATES, and UNITED States
Announces an increase in electric power cost in the United States by summer 2001. Trend for high levels of energy consumption in the country; Increase of the cost of natural gas for electric utilities; Campaign of power companies for consumers to reduce energy consumption.
ELECTRICITY, ENERGY industries, DEREGULATION, and PRICES
Calls for a delay in the deregulation of the retail electricity market, due to an increase in prices in the wholesale electricity market. Price which wholesale electricity increased to, per megawatt hour; Effect retail deregulation would have on the generation of electricity.