Abraham, fellow politicians boo price caps, tout industry at EEI

June 6, 2001—Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham, Congressman W.J. Tauzin (Rep.-La.) and Senator Mary Landrieu (Dem.-La.) gave slightly differing views of the “energy crisis” at Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI) Annual Convention and Expo in New Orleans early this week, but they all agreed that the crisis needs to be dealt with swiftly and that price caps were not the solution.

By Kathleen Davis, Associate Editor
Electric Light & Power

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