Ohio House Pushes For Big Changes To ...

Ohio House Pushes For Big Changes To Energy Bill

There are 1 comment on the Nbc4i.com story from Jan 10, 2008, titled Ohio House Pushes For Big Changes To Energy Bill. In it, Nbc4i.com reports that:

“There will be significant changes”

Objective standards, not state utility regulators, would determine whether Ohio's electric market is competitive enough under changes to a sweeping energy bill being considered in the Ohio House. via Nbc4i.com

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Solarman

United States

#1 Jan 17, 2008
If specific goals are not established and indeed mandated,it would be more profitable for an energy generator to move out of state to a neighboring state with attractive incentives. They can product power there and give the host state comfortable rates and sell excess to Ohio at a deregulated market rate. This happened to California in 1999,it will happen in Ohio next year.

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