Less for more: utilities seek money for less power
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#1 Jun 13, 2009
It's business min/max at its finest. If you can get the customer to shoulder not building any more power plants and can keep cost increases at a minimum, then the public will buy into it. The down side, the deregulation of the power industry will not bring down power prices if there is no new power production being built. No over production of power, no competition, no lower energy prices. Protect yourselves, install solar PV and or solar hot water.
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