How the FERC's RTO case has split the PUCs into five warring factions.
With momentum building for competition in retail energy markets, and with the real authority seeming to shift to...
Voters in New Mexico have decided to abolish the New Mexico Public Utility Commission, as well as the New Mexico Corporation Commission.
The two agencies would be replaced by a five-member, Public Regulatory Commission, which would regulate electric, water, telephone, and insurance companies, plus natural gas and oil pipelines. t
Lori A. Burkhart is an associate legal editor of PUBLIC UTILITIES FORTNIGHTLY.
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