Fundamentals of Energy Regulation, 3rd ed. (2020)

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Since its initial publication in 2007, Fundamentals of Energy Regulation has been used widely by academics, attorneys, economists, and regulatory personnel who require a comprehensive and accessible presentation on key regulatory, ratemaking, and energy policy issues.  The new third edition of this popular textbook adds six new chapters, including expanded discussions on regulatory accounting, pricing and services regimes, regulatory agency performance and objectives, the tariff review process, the mechanics of establishing the allowed rate of return, and methods to manage key physical and non-financial risks. Featured topics include discussions on regulatory objectives; new case law covering environmental regulations and Master Limited Partnerships; electric system reliability and depreciation; renewable energy subsidies and mandates, energy market distortions, electric capacity markets, distributed resources, and battery storage.

 

Fundamentals of Energy Regulation, 2nd ed. (2013)

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Principles of Utility Corporate Finance (2011)

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Written for regulators, attorneys, energy industry professionals, and students in accounting, economics, and finance, Principles of Utility Corporate Finance book provides a comprehensive examination of a wide range of financial topics as they apply to regulated utilities.  Topics include in-depth discussions of financial risk, investment decisions, discount rates, cost allocation between regulated and unregulated entities, assessments of business and financial risks used to determine regulated rates of return, and the use and abuse of financial derivatives.  The textbook covers include interest and exchange rates, asset and business valuation, estimating regulated rates of return using alternative financial models, and emerging market issues.  Featured topics include the Uniform System of Accounts, key financial ratios, depreciation and amortization issues for utilities, and bankruptcy.                                                                     

 

Fundamentals of Energy Regulation, 1st ed. (2007)

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