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[4] Pocketbook of Electric Utility Industry Statistics, Edison Electric Institute, p. 119.

[5] "Orders Instituting Rulemaking and Investigation of the Commission's Proposed Policy Governing Restructuring of California's Electric Services Industry and Reforming Regulation," California Public Utilities Commission, R.94-04-031 and I.94-04-032, April 20, 1994.

[6] "Positioning the Electric Utility to Build Information Infrastructure," DOE/ER-0638, November 1994.

[7] The PowerView System: Two-Way Communications for Electric Utility Applications, Edison Electric Institute, 1994.

[8] Cohen, Robert. 1992. The Impact of Broadband Communications on the U.S. Economy and on Competitiveness. Economic Strategy Institute, p. 1.

[9] Cronin, Francis, et al., Telecommunications Network Modernization and the California Economy. DRI/McGraw Hill, May 1993.

[10] Cronin, Francis, et al., Pennsylvania Telecommunications Infrastructure Study, Vol. V, pp. XIII–28, 29, DRI/McGraw Hill, May 1993.

[11] Cronin, Francis, et al., "Telecommunications Technology, Sectoral Prices, and International Competitiveness," Telecommunications Policy, September/October 1992.

[12] The Role of Electric Companies in the Information Economy, Mesa Research, Redondo Beach, Calif., August 1994.

[13] Glasgow's Fully Interactive Communications & Control System, Glasgow Electric Plant Board, Glasgow, Ky.

[14] "News from AT&T," press release, January 23, 1995.

[15] "Surfing the Energy Channel," Frontlines, Bruce W. Radford, ed., May 15, 1995.

[16] Press release from TECO Energy and IBM, April 1995; contact Mike Mahoney, TECO; and John Boudreaux, IBM.

[17] Press release, January 23, 1995; contact Steve Becker, Cox Communications; Doug Durran, Continental Cablevision; Joe Waz, Comcast Corporation; and Lela Cocoros, Tele-Communications Inc.

[18] The Role of Broadband Communications in the Utility of the Future, Anderson Consulting, San Francisco, Calif., 1994.

[19] Kagan, Paul, Marketing New Media, December 14, 1992, p. 4.

[20] "Supply and Demand of Electric Power and the NII," The Information Infrastructure: Reaching Society's Goals, Report of the Information Infrastructure Task Force Committee on Applications and Technology, NIST Special Publication 868, U.S. Government Printing Office, September 1994.

[21] San Diego: City of the Future, The Role of Telecommunications, International Center for Communications, San Diego State University, March 1994.

[22] Aiken, R.J., and J.S. Cavallini, "Standards: Too Much of a Good Thing?," Connexions: The Interoperability Report 8(8), and ACM StandardView 2(2), 1994.

[23] Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, Evolving the High Performance Computing and Communications Initiative to Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1995.

[24] Private communication, Steven R. Rivkin, Washington, D.C.



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