Wholesale competition contributed to trend of lower power prices, according to new study

“That decrease is in sharp contrast to the increases that consumers experienced in the days of solely cost-plus rate regulation,” said Electric Power Supply Association President Lynne H. Church, who released the findings during a media luncheon in conjunction with the group’s summer membership meeting. “This analysis is evidence that we should continue to move forward toward more competition in order to apply downward pressure on prices.”

COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 20, 2001 – Datapult, LP today announced that it has been selected as the provider of energy monitoring services for LG&E Enertech, a non-regulated subsidiary of LG&E Energy Corporation.

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