Governor delays opening of Nevada power markets

Oct. 5, 2000—In a setback for deregulation, Nevada’s Gov. Kenny Guinn Wednesday pushed back the start of competition in the state’s electric power markets by almost 1 year, claiming Nevada does not have a long-term strategy in place for meeting the state’s energy needs.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Oct. 4, 2000 (St. Petersburg Times)—State utility regulators traditionally bless construction of new power plants under a standard deal.

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