|Title||Environmental externalities: What state regulators are doing|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1990|
|Authors||Cohen, Samuel D., Joseph H. Eto, Charles A. Goldman, John A. Beldock, and Geoffrey Crandall|
|Journal||The Electricity Journal|
|Keywords||demand side resources: policy|
State regulatory bodies are rapidly adopting tools to address environmental externalities in utility planning. But the nature of state responses has varied widely, and some of the states that will need capacity soonest have not yet begun to consider how—or whether—to act.