DEMSEE 2007: deregulated electricity market issues in South-Eastern Europe
Doğuş Üniversitesi, Mühendislik Fakültesi, Elektronik ve Haberleşme Mühendisliği Bölümü
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CitationSEVGİ, L., (ed), (2007). DEMSEE 2007: deregulated electricity market issues in South-Eastern Europe. İstanbul: Dogus University.
It is true that Electricity is a pillar for our present Civilization and Culture. One should also recognize that Electricity is the finest useable form of Energy and therefore the most precious. Deregulation of Electricity Markets aims ultimately to make almost everyone responsible for the way electricity is generated, distributed and used. It aims to let fair market rules result in a Market Operation that will advance this sense of responsibility for everybody. This is particularly important in view of the present delicate state of the Environment which should for Humanity’s sake be preserved, at all costs. And indeed, we are lucky in the sense that the current Information Technologies and Information and Communication Technology will allow us to live up to our responsibilities concerning rational electricity usage as well as the preservation of the environment. However, a strong, wide and lasting commitment is necessary, i.e. political will by every nation, to achieve progress with respect of the environment. ...
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