Op-Ed: Summer 2020 has shown that NJ electric utilities don’t pay enough attention to grid reliability
Instead, ‘encouraged by well-intentioned but naïve legislators,’ they pursue diversification to facilitate growth
Slowing down while the market evolves would be practical and prudent thing to do
If an administration’s EMP confuses vision with genuinely implementable strategic plans, we waste time and money and run the risk of thorny implementation issues
PSEG’s nuclear subsidy is the most recent example of cunning proficiency grown largely through snowballing political influence
A hybrid utility (part monopoly, part non-monopoly) is in no position to best serve subscribers or shareholders
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