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Wisconsin Industrials Say High Electric Prices May Push Them Out Of State, Seek Choice

August 22,2016

Wisconsin industrials are again pressing for a form of electric choice, stating that the state's high monopoly electric rates make them uncompetitive, The Wisconsin State Journal, via, reports

Industrials' comments were made in response to the state's latest Strategic Energy Assessment, which is updated every two years. Similar comments favoring electric choice have been made in prior Strategic Energy Assessment proceedings, without any substantive traction.

Industrials cited, in particular, excessive generation built by the monopoly utilities for the high rates

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, a PSC spokesperson said that the pros and cons of deregulation were "speculative", as the spokesperson cited the suspension or rollback of choice in several states

See The Wisconsin State Journal, via for the story

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