Texas sets itself apart from the rest of the states with its deregulation plan

In particular, author Kathleen Davis notes that Texas sets itself apart from California with all its problems because of several key factors: its formation of a nondiscriminatory transmission service, the unbundling process, a pre-deregulation pilot project and other carefully crafted steps.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 17, 2001 — The following statement was issued today by Walt Bussells, chairman of the Large Public Power Council:

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