Opportunities for Stochastic and Probabilistic Modeling in the Deregulated Electricity Industry
At the turn of the twentieth century, electric power was an exciting new technology. Capital flowed into highly leveraged entities that built power plants and wires in urban centers across the developed world. As time progressed electric utilities came under government regulation or control.
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