Ohio PUC Chair: "Stay the Course"; Blasts Resource Adequacy "Scare" Tactics
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Chairman Andre Porter has told Columbus Business First that the state should, "stay the course," on electricity policy.
Porter also blasted stakeholders raising reliability concerns, stating, "stop trying to scare Ohioans."
See Columbus Business First for the story
See also: FirstEnergy focused on proposed power plan, not PUCO chief's call to 'stop trying to scare Ohioans'
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