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Connecticut Passes Bill to Protect Electric Customers

The Connecticut House of Representatives voted unanimously to approve a new set of regulations for third-party electricity providers. The Senate approved the bill last week, also in a unanimous vote. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy supports the measure. The legislation takes aim at the dozens of competitive electricity providers that have...

Michigan Strives to Enable a Competitive Electricity Market

Michigan seeks to change the 2008 energy law enabling a fully competitive electricity market to return. The 2008 law prevents various competing electricity providers of doing business in the state. Rep. Mike Shirkey, R-Clarklake, will introduce legislation this week that will eliminate the 10 percent cap on competition that’s been...

The Push for Deregulation in Arizona still Persists

When Arizona Corporation Commission suddenly decided close the proposed deregulation of electricity markets, which had been under consideration since May, proponents were left stunned and are now pondering their next moves. “This is a continuous process, and it’s only going to ramp up because energy is the most important thing...

Arizona Debates Deregulation

More than a decade ago, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) abandoned a plan to enforce electric deregulation in Arizona due to the perceived risks and problems it posed. Now the ACC is revisiting that decision. As ACC regulators consider the possibility of deregulating retail electricity sales in Arizona, they have...