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Electricity Generation: Competition, Market Power and Investment - PP 06/04

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  • Electricity Generation: Competition, Market Power and Investment
  • Published: Jul 2006
  • Status: Current
  • Author: Dupuy, Max
  • Hard copy: Available in HTML and PDF formats only.
 

Electricity Generation: Competition, Market Power and Investment

New Zealand Policy Perspectives Paper 06/04

Published: July 2006

Author: Max Dupuy

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Summary and Introduction

Why Competition?

How Wholesale Electricity Markets Work

When Competition Is Weak: The Problem of Market Power

Measuring Market Power in Wholesale Electricity Markets

What Should Be Done About Market Power?

Generation Investment and Security of Supply

Implications for New Zealand

Conclusions

References

tpp06-04.pdf (113 KB) pp. 21

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