The decision to limit mercury provides cover for utilities reluctant to spend on controlling NOx and SO2, while boosting other companies
Electric Utilities: Steering Clear on the Information HighwayJames H. McGrew
accustomed to ferocious competition for the past 10 years, and they may simply beat out the electric utilities for the business.
Technological and regulatory change will continue at a rapid pace in the 1990s. Electric utilities should look twice and watch out for flashing yellow lights as they move into the telecommunications fast lane. t
James McGrew is a partner with the Washington, DC, law office of Bruder, Gentile & Marcoux, where he specializes in representing electric utilities and natural gas companies before the FERC. Mr. McGrew is a graduate of Harvard Law School, and served as a supervisory attorney and trial attorney at the FERC from 1980 to 1986.
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