Jose Antonio Vanderhorst-Silverio Bio
Over 29 years of consulting experience and leadership in electric power technology and education
BS ´68, MS ´71 & PhD ´72, all from Cornell University
IEEE Life member.
Autodidact in management systems – loves to implement applications learned by reading, listening, and integrating complementary perspectives from information sources for high tech - high touch environments
Research and practice areas, and interests include: electricity without price controls, systems architecture, systems thinking, electricity retail marketing under a customer orientation, electric market rules, information systems requirements and design, contract assistance
About Electricity Without Price Controls
Electricity Without Price Controls (EWPC) is a non-trivial market architecture and design paradigm for the worldwide power industry. The most essential elements are active demand, retail competition and ultraquality integrated (T&D) transportation. EWPC is a kind of re-regulation in which engineers take back the driving seat of the industry, as the utility becomes a wires only utility infrastructure, led by a system engineering institution that manages long run (adequacy) and short run (security) physical systemic risks. The value chain of generation, retail, customer, activities are open market activities under prudential regulation.