Large Public Power Council says new ‘private use’ temporary regulations don’t go far enough

Walter Bussells, Chairman of the LPPC made the statements in a release issued by the organization in response to the IRS’ long-anticipated “private use” regulations for public power January 17. The regulations, however, were issued as three-year temporary regulations rather than in permanent form, as LPPC had urged.

FORT COLLINS, COLO., Jan. 10, 2001—Kansas City Power & Light (KCP&L) selected Sixth Dimension to pilot a program that allows select manufacturing and commercial customers to use the Internet to obtain immediate information about their energy use and associated energy costs. The new program allows customers to more effectively and efficiently control rising energy costs.

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