Utility regulators express growing concerns about energy deregulation

Moreover, the survey demonstrates that many utility regulators feel they lack adequate regulatory tools to deal with all of the issues related to restructuring energy markets. And regulators believe that the transmission system that delivers power is “barely adequate,” according to the survey.

‘Wind on the Wires,’ the centerpiece of a $4.5 million, two-year project to develop renewable energy resources, was unveiled May 1 at the National Wind Coordinating Committee (NWCC) Upper Midwest Transmission Workshop at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Minneapolis, Minn.

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