Electricity and competition

Robertson, Wayne K.
November 1996
Engineered Systems;Nov96, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p34
Trade Publication
Discusses various aspects of electric utility deregulation in the United States. Impact of competition on the electric companies; Reduced costs for power as the expected benefit of deregulation; Exploring of energy supply options and alternatives; Legislative provisions pertaining to electric utility deregulation; Increase in business opportunities.


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