Electricity Markets: Developments, Issues and Energy Trading


Nathan Oswald (Editor)

Series: Energy Policies, Politics and Prices

Electricity today is widely viewed as a commodity. As a commodity, electricity is bought and sold as both power and energy, with various attributes being traded in electricity markets. However, electricity has some unique characteristics which distinguish it from almost all other commodities. In this book, the authors discuss the recent issues in market structure and energy trading in the electricity markets and provide a handbook of energy market basics. (Imprint: Nova)



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Electricity Markets—Recent Issues in Market Structure and Energy Trading
(Richard J. Campbell)

Energy Primer: A Handbook of Energy Market Basics
(Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)


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