Analysis of Hydropower Cost Adjustments in the Southeastby Jackie Sellers, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA,
Ronald M. North, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA,
H. A. Pless, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA,
Abstract: This paper consists of: (1) an analysis of the current cost sharing for hydroelectricity production arrangements for the Federal projects currently classified as those whose electrical output is marketed by the Southeastern Power Administration (SEPA); an evaluation of the revenue position change of second-best alternative pricing of the energy and capacity avoided by the electrical suppliers in the southeast; case studies of the possible effects of these changes on the end-users (at the electric meter). Any change in prices will cause some quantity changes at the retail level. These changes are reflected in a demand model derived for and applied to Rural Electric Cooperatives (EMC's) in Georgia.
Subject Headings: Hydro power | Power plants | Pricing | Hydrologic models | Light rail transit | Power demand | Case studies | North America | Georgia | United States
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