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Newspaper Editorial Calls for Electric Deregulation in West Virginia

September 08,2015



Citing rate increases at FirstEnergy utilities, and a reliance on higher-priced utility-owned generation instead of market prices, The Exponent Telegram (Clarksburg, WV) in an editorial called for West Virginia to deregulate electricity and natural gas

"Perhaps the time has come to deregulate our electric and gas utilities, thus allowing free market competition to determine what consumers in West Virginia will pay rather than what has become an antiquated regulatory process that more often than not is driven by First Energy lawyers and lobbyists than anything else," the editorial said

See The Exponent Telegram for the full editorial

H/T Compete Coalition Twitter Feed

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West Virginia   Deregulation   Electric Choice  

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