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Virginia Dem. Says Will "Revisit" Electric Market Structure If Win Legislative Majority

June 03,2019



Virginia Delegate Mark L. Keam (D-Fairfax) told The Washington Post that he would like to "revisit" the "whole area" of electric industry regulation if Democrats win a legislative majority in both houses this fall

"There’s absolutely an appetite for it. Whatever changes we make really have to be about offering more [consumer] choices," Keam told the Post

Keam's comments were included in a Post story concerning several companies (including Target, Harris Teeter, Kroger, Safeway and Cox) that, as previously reported, have sought to take competitive supply via aggregation, and the SCC's denial of such application thus far (Wal-Mart and Costco, the latter of which EnergyChoiceMatters.com reported on last week)

See the Post's story here



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