Ohio House Pushes For Big Changes To Energy Bill
“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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#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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