Describes the position of No. 1 utility in the negotiation of group B with respect to 1) the SO emission reduction requirements, 2) the cost of its alternative compliance strategies, and 3) the nature of its state regulatory environment.

Describes the position of No. 1 utility in the negotiation of group B with respect to 1) the SO emission reduction requirements, 2) the cost of its alternative compliance strategies;. And 3) the nature of its state regulatory environment
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Willis Emmons
Source: Harvard Business School
3 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 21, 1992. Prod #: 793 077 PDF-ENG
Negotiation Exercise on Tradeable Pollution Allowances: Group B, No. 1 utility HBR case solution