Power companies and regulators must take steps to avoid spread of California power ‘virus’, report says

“The implications for the development of competitive energy markets go far beyond the Western United States,” Andersen’s national utility practice head Matthew D. Smith told a Washington briefing. “Unfortunately, California has taught the nation that regulatory and political barriers can create and sustain an energy crisis.”

DES MOINES, Iowa, April 24, 2001 — Iowa energy experts, environmental activists, utility representatives, and state government officials gathered in Des Moines last Friday to discuss environmentally friendly sources of electricity.

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