that compliance with control area performance standards was "good enough" that the contribution of the entire regulation component of native generation had "almost no effect." .-B.W.R.
Gas Retail Choice. Connecticut regulators reported that third-party competitive gas retailers now supply about 37 percent of firm load served by the state's three major local distribution utilities. It said that the best way to foster competitive gas retailing would be to review the cost justification for elements of utility rate design, such as allocation of pipeline capacity costs, and other service attributes such as access to upstream capacity and primary delivery points. .-B.W.R.
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