Blackouts: Invest, Intervene or Inveigh?

U.S. and EU federal authorities have wrongly concluded that lack of investment is causing transmission congestion and threatening system security in liberalised electricity markets. This perception has unfortunately been reinforced by the blackouts of summer 2003.

By: OIES

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