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NY Union Prez: Flaws Of Deregulating Electric Market Have Become Obvious

February 15,2018

The Poughkeepsie (NY) Journal has published an op-ed from Ted Skerpon, president and business manager of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: Local 97, in which Skerpon writes, "It is long overdue for a closer look at electric deregulation in New York."

Skerpon's op-ed is largely focused on wholesale matters, including what Skerpon sees as the failure for the wholesale market to maintain low-carbon power plants and fuel diversity

Skerpon does also state, "There are numerous studies that support utilities delivering cheaper outcomes for large scale-renewables and installation of electric vehicle charging stations."

See the op-ed here

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