Energyzt is a global collaboration of energy experts who create value for our clients through actionable insights. Combining deep industry expertise with state of the art analytical capabilities, we help companies make informed business decisions. This report is an independent assessment that was prepared for Electric Power Supply Association by Energyzt Advisors, LLC ("Energyzt") and is based, in part, on publicly available information which was not originated by or within the control of Read More
The success of competitive markets in enabling renewable resources is evidenced by the fact that organized markets host 79% of today’s installed wind generation, well above their 44% share of wind energy potential. Download Report (PDF Format) Read More
It is the policy of the Electric Power Supply Association ("EPSA") that all of its activities be conducted so as to avoid even the appearance of conduct prohibited by federal and state antitrust laws. Download Report (PDF Format) Read More
Findings show 70 percent of electric bills are excess taxes and fees Albany, NY – The Independent Power Producers of New York (IPPNY) today released an informational brochure highlighting the various charges that go into New Yorkers’ electric bills. Looking at typical residential bills for National Grid and Con Edison customers in both 2012 and 2016, the key findings were: Despite New York’s power producers selling electricity to utility companies at a record low, consumers are Read More
March Madness: Will Ohio Regulators Harm Consumers and the Environment to Bail Out AEP and FirstEnergy this Month?
Will FERC Defend the Integrity of Wholesale Power Markets by Granting the Affiliate Waiver Complaints Filed by EPSA and Others to Review the PPAs? Last week, EPSA released two PowerFacts (available at www.epsa.org) because so many different interests came together to either support the EPSA et al. complaints filed at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to remove the affiliate waivers that shield AEP’s and FirstEnergy’s clearly abusive PPAs from full review by FERC, or filed Read More
Yesterday (February 24, 2016), EPSA published a PowerFact showing a diverse coalition that has weighed in with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) in support of the relief sought by the Complaints EPSA and its members with Ohio assets filed at FERC to remove the outdated waivers that stand in the way of FERC review of the affiliate abuse inherent in the proposed Ohio PPAs. From this second PowerFact, it is clear that the diverse chorus opposing the PPAs pending before the Public Read More