Check out the diversity in these eight states.
Steve Mitnick is Editor-in-Chief of Public Utilities Fortnightly and author of the book “Lines Down: How We Pay, Use, Value Grid Electricity Amid the Storm.”
For this special issue of Public Utilities Fortnightly, focused on the state and future of power, we asked the chairs of eight of the state utility commissions what they thought. From Minnesota to Texas, and from Wyoming to North Carolina, what's their take on how the electric utility industry — and its regulation — is doing at the present time? And, what's their take on where the industry and regulation are headed in the next few years? Are they optimistic? Or are they concerned?
The states differ in so many ways including industry structure and regulatory structure too. Check out the diversity in these eight states. Read on.
- Arkansas PSC Chair Ted Thomas
- Kentucky PSC Chair Michael Schmitt
- Michigan PSC Chair Sally Talberg
- Minnesota PUC Chair Nancy Lange
- North Carolina UC Chair Ed Finley
- Oklahoma CC Chair Dana Murphy
- Texas PUC Chair DeAnn Walker
- Wyoming PSC Chair Bill Russell