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Workshop Tackles Electric Choice Issues In Nevada
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports on one of a series of workshops on energy choice in Nevada in anticipation of a 2018 ballot initiative that, if a...
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State Rep., Businesses File Support For LP&L Move To Retail Choice
A Texas state rep. and several businesses and large customers have filed comments with the Texas PUC supporting the stated intent of Lubbock Power & L...
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Commission Rejects Placing Florida Electric Choice Initiative On Ballot
A committee of Florida's Constitution Revision Commission has voted to reject placing Proposal 51, which would have required the introduction of e...
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Florida Power & Light CEO: Customers Have Been "Victimized" By Electric Deregulation
In an op-ed opposing Proposal 51, a ballot question which would introduce electric choice to Florida, Eric Silagy, president and CEO of Florida Power ...
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Former LPL Board Member Says Utility Can’t Allow Retail Choice While 1/3 Of Load Still In SPP
Charles Dunn, a former member of Lubbock Power and Light's electric utility board, has said that the utility cannot offer retail competition to cu...
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Would Deregulating The Electric Industry Save Floridians Money?
Florida political journal The Capitolist takes a look at Proposal 51, filed by Florida Energy Freedom, which would amend the state's constitution to m...
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Letter: Pennsylvania Electric Deregulation Works for Biz, Consumers
The Delaware County Daily Times published a letter from John Kolarick, managing director of plant operations at Dynegy's Liberty Electric Energy Facil...
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Infinite Energy Customer Count Reported In Story On Florida Energy Choice Proposal
In a story on a proposed constitutional amendment to allow retail electric choice in Florida (as first reported by, The Gaine...
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A Look At How Nevada Previously Set-up Its Retail Market, Before Suspending Choice
As Nevada policymakers move to energy choice and address questions regarding market structure, such as default service, whole market design, licensing...
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Advocate Says Deregulating Nevada Energy Market Will Benefit Even Small Customers
The Nevada Appeal covered recent public remarks from Jon Wellinghoff who said that adopting electric choice in Nevada would benefit small customers as...
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Albany Times Union Editorial: Hold ESCOs Accountable
The Albany Times Union published an editorial calling for the PSC to hold ESCOs accountable. While the TU said that, "ESCOs have [the] potential to b...
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Report: LP&L (And Some NOIE) Rates Higher Than Dallas, Houston Rates
KAMC, via, reports that Lubbock Power & Light bills are materially higher than average electric prices in Dallas and Houston...
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Report: Nevada Candidates For Governor Generally Support 2018 Energy Choice Ballot Initiative
The Nevada Independent recaps the stances of Nevada gubernatorial candidates on the retail energy choice ballot initiative According to the Indepen...
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"Dominion Rules," RTD Says As It Takes A Look At Utility’s Influence On Virginia Electricity Policy
As Virginia customers and suppliers continue to press for electric choice to allow customers to elect renewable energy to meet their sustainability go...
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Facebook To Take Service Under Dominion Virginia New Renewable Tariff
Dominion Energy Virginia said that Facebook has elected to partake of a new renewable rate option offered by the utility to power a location in easte...
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