All old coal power plants in Turkey will update and renew their entire filtering systems according to the latest technological and environmental criteria by 2019, said Berat Albayrak, Turkey's energy and natural resources minister on Saturday.
California’s Electrical Grid can’t Handle All The Solar Energy The State is Producing
But the state’s solar boom isn’t all sunshine, as the Los Angeles Times energy reporter, Ivan Penn, laid out in a recent investigation. To avoid overloading its electrical grid, California has actually paid neighboring states like Arizona to take surplus renewable energy — dozens of times this year.
Estimating Marginal Cost of Quality
Improvements: The Case of the UK Electricity
Tooraj Jamasb, Luis Orea, Michael G. Pollitt
The main aim of this paper is to develop an econometric approach to estimation of marginal costs of improving quality of service. We implement this methodology by way of applying it to the case of the UK electricity distribution networks.