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Arizona Republic Columnist Favors Revived Discussion Of Retail Electric Competition
Robert Robb, columnist for the Arizona Republic, has published a column favoring the previously reported (story here) revived discussion of retail ele...
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Virginia Dem. Says Will "Revisit" Electric Market Structure If Win Legislative Majority
Virginia Delegate Mark L. Keam (D-Fairfax) told The Washington Post that he would like to "revisit" the "whole area" of electric i...
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Opening Entergy Texas To Choice Should Serve As Test Of Whether Suppliers Can Really Succeed
During DNV GL's Energy Executive Forum, several representatives from retail energy suppliers bemoaned the fact that Texas was the last electric mark...
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Arizona Staff Set Date For Release Of Proposed Revisions To Retail Electric Competition Rules
In releasing proposed revisions to renewable and other energy rules, Staff of the Arizona Corporation Commission indicated that, "Staff's proposal wit...
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Florida Competition Advocate: Energy Choice Is Not The Same As Deregulation
The Tallahassee Democrat published an op-ed from Alex Patton, chairperson of Citizens for Energy Choices, who was responding to a recent op-ed from an...
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Op-Ed Against Florida Choice Published In Tallahassee Democrat
The Tallahassee Democrat has published an op-ed by Gil Ziffer opposing the proposed electric choice ballot initiative Ziffer is a former Tallahasse...
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Report: Power Retailers Reach Limit Of Deregulated Markets
Recapping a discussion at Energy Marketing Conferences' Eleventh Semi-Annual Energy Marketing Conference in Houston, the Houston Chronicle's L.M. Sixe...
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NEM To Convene 22nd Annual National Energy Restructuring Conference
The following is a news release from the National Energy Marketers Association. disclaims any responsibility for the content or data...
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Clean Energy Group Opposes Florida Electric Choice; FARE Gets Op-Ed Published
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has published a blog post stating that it does not support the proposed electric choice ballot initiative in Florid...
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Op-Ed From Florida Electric Choice Opponent Published In Two Publications
An op-ed opposing electric choice in Florida, authored by Lila Jaber, regional managing shareholder and governmental affairs practice group leader a...
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Kansas Senate Approves Bill Requiring Study Of Retail Competition As Part Of Rate Study
The Kansas Senate has passed a substitute version of SB 69 which requires the Kansas Corporation Commission to conduct a study on electric rates, aft...
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Florida Electric Choice Proponent Says Tax Changes Needed If Choice Adopted, Gov.'s Office Skeptical
The Capitolist reported that during a Florida hearing examining impacts from a proposed Florida electric choice ballot initiative, Jon Wellinghoff, sp...
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Colorado Senate President To Introduce Energy Choice Legislation
Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia (D-Pueblo) said that he plans to introduce legislation to introduce a form of electricity choice to the state,...
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Florida Utilities: Moving To Choice Would Cost $1.7 Billion
In addition to a recent report from Florida TaxWatch estimating a loss of $1.3 billion in annual tax revenue from electric choice (see story here), th...
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Civil Rights Group Founded By Al Sharpton Opposes Florida Electric Choice Ballot Initiative
Florida Chapters of National Action Network (NAN) announced that it is calling on Florida voters to, "reject placing a misleading initiative that alte...
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