When a Rose Is Not a Rose: A Review of Recent Estimates of Congestion Costs
Careful examination of congestion costs leads to some conclusions that are counterintuitive. For example, consumer costs may rise, not fall, as a result of reducing congestion, and minimizing consumer costs may not increase aggregate social wealth.
The Electricity Journal
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Consortium for Electric Reliability Technology Solutions (CERTS), Energy Markets and Policy Department, Grid Integration Group, Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division, Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division
CERTS, Electric System Planning, Electricity Markets and Policy, National Trans Studies, RTINA, Transmission, CERTS Transmission Planning, EAEI Energy Markets & Policy, Energy Planning and Procurement, Bulk Power System Planning, Procurement and Market Processes, Energy Market Design and Assessment