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FERC's Mega-NOPR: The IOUs Respond
... All Those Opposed
Baltimore G & E
Carolina P & L
Cent. Hudson G & E
Dayton P & L
Minnesota P & L
No. Indiana PS
No. States Power
South Carolina E & G
Virginia Electric & Power
1. Promoting Wholesale Competition through Open-Access Nondiscriminatory Trans. Servs. by Pub. Utils.; Recovery of Stranded Costs by Pub. Utils. and Transmitting Utils., Notice and Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, IV FERC Stats. & Regs., Proposed Regulations, (pp 32,514 (1995), 60 Fed.Reg. 17,662 (Apr. 7, 1995).
2. Of course, many trade associations and other ad hoc groups of IOUs filed their own sets of comments. This article focuses on issues that individual IOUs felt strongly enough to comment on separately.
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