It’s been 25 years since Pennsylvania took the step to fundamentally change its energy market, giving customers the ability to choose their electric supplier.
The landmark law that deregulated ERCOT’s market and paved the way for electric competition provided the theme for this year’s GCPA fall conference.
A new energy policy group in Virginia has set its sights on busting up the commonwealth’s utility companies in favor of a deregulated electricity market.
Wisconsin’s large manufacturers are asking state regulators to grant them retail choice, warning that high power prices may otherwise cripple the state’s economic growth.
Panelists at the PJM Grid 20/20 summit discussed the challenges of conflicting state public policy, competing interests and the impact on the RTO's competitive markets.
Candor and steadfastness are qualities that Carol Biedrzycki, the Texas consumer advocate in charge of Texas ROSE, developed over 24 years.
State regulators on Friday approved Public Service Company of New Hampshire’s divestiture of the Merrimack Station and other generation assets.
PJM employee No. 13 switched off the lights of a nearly 53-year career, leaving open a position for a mentor, office prankster and Santa Claus.
News briefs from the states within the PJM footprint. This week we include Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
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