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Transmission faces more hurdles as utility bills climb

According to Consumer Price Increase data, customers paid on average 14.3 percent more in 2022 than they did in 2021. That number is more than twice the 6.5% year over year rise in prices overall in the country.  Given how expensive electric..

Overbuilding transmission: A case study and policy analysis of the Indian power sector

Our just released paper highlighting #transmission expansion planning in #India is now published in Energy Policy. Key finding: Anticipatory transmission planning, high guaranteed returns and weak governance can result in transmission..

Geopolitics may help one Brazilian state get reliable and cheap electricity again.

Elections matter. Look no further than the Brazilian state of Roraima, where a possible deal with Venezuela might mean the ability to use Venezuelan electricity again, a boon for energy efficiency and a saving grace for an embattled transmission..

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