Maine’s CMP raises business electricity rates 29.5%

The Maine Public Utilities Commission approved CMP’s 12-month proposal to buy standard offer electricity for medium and large commercial customers. Standard offer service is the default energy supply for customers that do not select a competitive energy provider.

Jan. 30, 2001–Intense national news coverage of California’s energy problems and the imminent prospect of deregulation for Alabama’s power industry have raised definite concerns among residents and businesses here. Alabama Power Vice President of Public Relations Bill Keller addressed these concerns in an editorial for the Mobile Register on Jan. 21.

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