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Framework for marginal cost-based time-differentiated pricing in the United States
|Statement||prepared by National Economic Research Associates, Inc.|
|Series||[Report (Electric Utility Rate Design Study) -- 15], Report (Electric Utility Rate Design Study) -- no. 15.|
|Contributions||National Economic Research Associates., Electric Utility Rate Design Study., Electric Power Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HD 9685 U5 R42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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A Framework for Marginal Cost-based Time-differentiated Pricing in the United States: Topic National Economic Research Associates Electric Power Research Institute, - Electric utilities - pages. Ralph Turvey comments on portions of the research reported by NERA, specifically, A Framework for Marginal-Cost-Based Time-Differentiated Pricing in the United States: Topic (Febru ); How to Quantify Marginal Costs: Topic 4 (Ma ); and Ratemaking: Topic 5 (June 6, The overall purpose of this paper is to review NERA's reports on TopicA Framework for Marginal Cost-Based Time-Differentiated Pricing in the United States (EAPA 4: ); Topic 4, How to Quantify Marginal Costs (EAPA 4: ); and Topic 5, Rate-making (EAPA 4: ); and to synthesize our position on these three subjects.
Ralph Turvey comments on portions of the research reported by NERA, specifically, A Framework for Marginal-Cost-Based Time-Differentiated Pricing in the United States.
The anecdotal evidence suggests that the current framework is suboptimal for efficiently integrating future distributed generation, thereby resulting in higher than necessary cost. Smarter pricing can reduce the investment need.
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Time-of-use (TOU) pricing dates back at least to the s and became relatively widespread among large commercial and industrial customers following passage of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) in In some states, TOU pricing has been mandatory for large customers for decades.
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