Oregon deregulation plans due Nov. 1

The commission said the new rules will form the nucleus of the electric industry restructuring law passed by the 1999 Oregon legislature.

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 13, 2000—Citizen Power, a regional watchdog organization, will appeal the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) decision reaffirming its approval of FirstEnergy’s transition plan. Under the transition plan approved by PUCO, FirstEnergy is permitted to count as competitive switches any customers who transfer their accounts from FirstEnergy to its wholly owned subsidiary, First Energy Services, an entity that will sell electricity to these customers from the same power plants now used to serve them.

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