Portland General Electric doesn't want to sell electricity anymore.
PGE, a wholly owned subsidiary of Enron, wants to focus on the transmission and distribution of electricity and has...
Georgia Fights Extinction
Rather than witness the breakup of LDCs into multiple, feeble entities, Georgia seeks to empower them to compete in the post-Order 636 world to the benefit of all stakeholders. Georgia's regulators and legislators are considering:
. Deregulating gas cost and pricing in proven competitive markets
. Allowing LDCs to profit on the commodity cost of gas
. Sharing risks and rewards between ratepayers and stockholders.
1 See, "Death by Taxes: Gas Utilities Face a Cripling Disadvantage in Energy Marketing," V. Esposito, Public Utilities Fortnightly, Aug. 1, 1995, p. 23.
2 See, "The Top 25 Marketers", B. Shook, Gas Daily's NG, June/July 1995.
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