Virginia agreement puts pressure on other utilities

But for the sake of both ratepayers and shareholders, the utilities must balance costs as well as benefits as they confront regulators’ demands.

Nov. 22, 2000–The U.S. Southeast experienced a 354% increase in transmission loading relief curtailments this past summer over 1999, raising the question of whether such constraints are impeding development of a competitive market in the region, says the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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