808 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1414 g
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Bausch / Schwenker Handbook Utility ManagementAlong with the increasing deregulation of European utility markets the dynamics of and the competitive pressure in the utility industries have steadily increased over the last years. These changes in the regulatory framework towards an integrated market environment have resulted in new challenges for the management of power and gas companies and in a substantial need for strategic reorientation. In the context of these developments the Handbook Utility Management reflects current challenges in the utility industries and provides solutions from a managerial perspective. The inclusion of latest insights from top managers, renowned researchers, professionals in utility-related investment banking and consulting, and professionals in public and supranational organizations on all value chain activities within the industry makes the Handbook an indispensable asset for both professionals and researchers.
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to Management.- Managing in an International Environment.- Superior Performance Through Value-based Management.- Ways to Corporate Growth.- Diversification and the Achievement of Scope Economies.- Innovation and Technology Management.- Entrepreneurial Orientation.- New Paradigms in Organizational Design.- Fundamentals in Utility Management.- An Industry Overview #x2013; Strategic Groups and Critical Success Factors.- The Utility Industry in 2020.- The Changing Structure of the Electric Utility Industry in Europe: Liberalisation, New Demands and Remaining Barriers.- The Changing Structure of the Utility Industry from the Perspective of Regulation Authorities.- The Changing Structure of the Utility Industry from Its own Perspective.- Mergers #x0026; Acquisitions from a Strategic Perspective.- What Next for European Power Utilities?.- Unbundling #x2013; Strategic and Organisational Challenges for Power and Supply Companies.- Convergence of Gas and Electricity Markets: Economic and Technological Drivers.- Power Generation.- Investing in Power Generation.- Perspectives on Capacity Investment in Germany and Europe #x2013; The Future of Power-Mix Optimization.- Renewable Resources for Electric Power:Prospects and Challenges.- Emission Allowances #x2013; a New Production Factor in the Power Sector.- Energy Trading and Wholesale.- Energy Trading, Emission Certificates and Risk Management.- The Future of Liquefied Natural Gas Trade.- Cross-border Trading.- The Future of Gas Supply in Europe.- Strategic Use of Gas Storage Facilities.- Transmission and Distribution.- Regulation of Network Charges.- Transmission Management and Pricing.- The New Entry-exit Model in the EU and Its Consequences for Gas Supply Companies.- Implementation of the EU Unbundling Guidelines in Germany – a Legal Perspective.- The Energy Arteries of a Continent #x2013;Natural Gas Networks Secure Europe#x0027;s Energy Supply.- Dispatching in Unbundled Electricity Markets.- Retail.- The Retail Electricity Service Business in a Competitive Environment.- Customer Segmentation in the Utility Industry.- Current Trends in Serving Industrial Customers.- The Energy Retail Market from a Customer Perspective.- Regional Peculiarities in the Utility Markets.- Options for and Regional Peculiarities of Investment Funding in Energy Markets.- A Comparison of Market Structure and Regulation Between US and European Utility Markets.- Investment Opportunities in South America.- Final Stages in the Reform of RAO UES of Russia #x2013;Future Developments in the Russian Energy Market.- Special Issues in Utility Management.- Creating Competitive Advantages Through Co-operations Between Municipal Utility Companies.- Growth Options for Regional Utilities.- Climate Protection Requirements #x2013;the Economic Impact of Climate Change.- European Energy Policy on the Basis of the New Provisions in the Treaty of Lisbon.- The Role of Energy Efficiency in Electric Power Systems:Lessons from Experiments in the US.- Private Water and Economic Regulation in the United States.