Coalition calls on California to grow retail energy market to protect consumers

The Alliance for Retail Energy Markets (AReM) – a coalition of energy service providers – called on the governor, the legislature and regulators to focus efforts on fostering a solid California retail energy market that would provide consumers rate stability through fixed price contracts.

Jan. 12, 2001–Entergy Nuclear, a unit of New Orleans-based Entergy Corp., Friday offered $50 million for the 540 Mw Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, which it said topped an earlier bid from AmerGen Energy Co. LLC, a partnership of Exelon Corp. and British Energy PLC.

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