Energy law Pushed LICAP back

Strempel, Dan
August 2005
Fairfield County Business Journal;8/22/2005, Vol. 44 Issue 34, p3
The article reports on the passed national energy policy that will give Connecticut officials a chance to make their case against a plan that will split the state in two electric-pricing zones and raise rates with the hope of spurring investment in power plants. A hearing on September 20, 2005 will push back the final ruling of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on the plan.


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