Edison claims multibillion-dollar electricity proposal would hurt consumers

Rosenfield’s proposal to create a multibillion-dollar state bureaucracy is the costliest, least-practical and least-achievable approach to market reform. Moreover, it would only worsen the current crisis and threaten customer protection, because the electric system’s reliability would be threatened and years of stalemate would follow.

PITTSBURGH, Nov. 29, 2000 — As part of the negotiations that led to the settlement reached today in Harrisburg, Citizen Power sought increased funding of Duquesne Light Company’s Low Income Usage Reduction Program (LIURP).

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