Twenty years ago, the restructuring of the electric industry was the focus of the last major stranded costs debate. While the industry believed this problem was behind it, generation owners and policymakers are once again injecting the term into debates about the fate of legacy generation from coal, natural gas and nuclear power. At the same time, the pace of new generation development, primarily of renewable power assets, and changes to the industry’s structure may create new classes of stranded assets.
Join us for a discussion on:
- Nuclear “do-over”: How state subsidies for nuclear attempt to prevent stranded costs
- Natural gas surge: Could investments in pipelines and plants become uneconomic?
- Green energy: Could the race to 100% drive too much generation into the market? Are there other potential stranded assets?