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Nevada Resort Association Backs Energy Choice Initiative
The Nevada Resort Association, the state's largest casino industry trade group, has announced support for the Energy Choice Initiative, ballot questio...
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Report: Retail Choice May Be Making A Comeback At Arizona Corporation Commission
The Arizona Capitol Times reports that ACC Commissioners Burns, Dunn and Olson, "are all pushing for the Corp Comm to take a new look at retail electr...
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TEPA, RESA Urge Adoption Of Customer Choice In Wisconsin
The following is a news release from The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) and the Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA). RetailEnergyX.com di...
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Poll: 46% Oppose Nevada Energy Choice Initiative
A poll which asked Nevada likely voters about Question 3, the Energy Choice Initiative, said that 46% of likely voters oppose the Energy Choice Init...
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"Clean" Energy Groups Oppose Nevada Electric Choice
Four "clean" energy groups -- Natural Resources Defense Council, the Sierra Club, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, and Western Resource Advocates ...
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Nevada Think Tank: Electric Choice Accompanied By "Variability In Rate Behavior"
The Guinn Center, which describes itself as, "a nonprofit, bipartisan policy institute that delivers independent, fact-based, and well-reasoned analys...
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EIA Reports Competitive Suppliers Increase Share of Electricity Sales
The U.S. Energy Information Administration yesterday noted that competitive electricity suppliers have increased their share of electricity sales thro...
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Report: Nevada Governor "Wavers" On Support For Energy Choice
In a report on a recent announcement by utility NV Energy concerning proposed renewable energy facilities, The Nevada Independent describes Nevada Gov...
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Latin Chamber Opposes Nevada Energy Choice Initiative
The Nevada Latin Chamber of Commerce is opposing the Nevada Energy Choice ballot initiative, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports (see story here)...
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Energy Choice Supporters Present Study Showing Choice Would Lower Nevada Electric Bills
During a meeting yesterday of the Nevada Governor's Committee on Energy Choice, supporters of the energy choice initiative presented a study showing ...
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NEM Restructuring Conference Focuses on Next Phase of Consumer Choice, Innovation and Opportunities
The following is a news release from the National Energy Marketers Association. RetailEnergyX.com disclaims any responsibility for the content or data...
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Nevada PUC Adopts Final Report Saying Electric Choice Will Likely Lead To Increase In Monthly Bills
The Nevada PUC adopted a final report on the electric choice ballot initiative, which finds that, "The Energy Choice Initiative is reasonably likely t...
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Consumer Activist: Residential Electric Choice In Pennsylvania "Failing"
Discussing a proposal from the FirstEnergy Pennsylvania utilities to implement a new bypassable adder for default service (first reported by EnergyCho...
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Top Two Nevada Democrat Gubernatorial Candidates Oppose Electric Choice
The Nevada Independent Reports that Clark County commissioners Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani, which the Independent describes as the top two D...
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Broker: Customers Were Paying 27% Higher Retail Supplier Rates Before Joining Price Alert Service
In a blog post in which the company says it is "taking a stand", Arcadia Power, which as previously reported recently launched a price alert...
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