ReportKate Larsen, John Larsen, Michael Delgado, Whitney Herndon, Shashank Mohan | January 19, 2017 Electric utilities, system operators and regulators are charged with maintaining reliable delivery of affordable electricity to consumers. Prudent planning and investment on decadal timescales in the face of a variety of sources of uncertainty is the name of the game. Human-driven climate change poses a ...
ReportJohn Larsen and Whitney Herndon | January 19, 2017 The traditional cost recovery rate framework is as old as the regulated monopoly business model itself. This century old compact is showing its age as evidenced by recent high profile fights over rate design in Nevada, Arizona and elsewhere. Central to many of these conflagrations ...
ReportThilo Hanemann and Mikko Huotari | January 10, 2017 A new report by Rhodium Group in partnership with the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin (MERICS) reviews Chinese investment in the European Union in 2016 and related policy discussions taking place in Europe. Download the Report [PDF]
NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | December 30, 2016 The United States became the largest recipient of booming Chinese outbound FDI in 2016, with $45.6 billion worth of completed acquisitions and greenfield investments. Cumulative Chinese direct investment in the US economy since 2000 now exceeds $100 billion. This update reviews Chinese investment patterns in ...
Reportby Thilo Hanemann and Daniel H. Rosen | December 9, 2016 A new RHG report commissioned by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) describes the latest patterns of Chinese foreign direct investment in the United States, analyzes the regulatory framework for these investments, and discusses the implications for lawmakers with regard to national security ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | December 5, 2016 Rumors of Europe’s imminent demise—or right-wing nationalist takeover—have been greatly exaggerated, it turns out. Voters in Austria and Italy went to the polls this weekend. Austrians chose the establishment candidate Alexander van der Bellen as their next president—a largely ceremonial role—while Italians emphatically rejected Prime ...
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