Michigan Energy Deregulation Facts


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Deregulation costing Connecticut consumers

Deregulation is costing Connecticut customers – big time. According to a recent Associated Press article (“Connecticut warns consumers of electricity price spikes,” 1/16/2014): HARTFORD — Connecticut’s attorney general and consumer advocate warned electricity customers on Thursday about price spikes by some power suppliers that are nearly double what the two regulated utilities are charging. Attorney General George Jepsen and Consumer …

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Michigan Community Action Agency Association: No reason to play favorites with energy rates

by Frank Taylor, Interim Executive Director, Michigan Community Action Agency Association The Michigan Community Action Agency Association is the state association of 29 community action agencies that provide programs and services in order to help low-income individuals and families achieve greater economic self-sufficiency and stability. Its mission is to provide leadership, information, and advocacy to facilitate institutional change directed toward …

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Detroit Regional Chamber: critical that we have effective and efficient regulatory enhancement

by Brad Williams Vice President, Government Relations, Detroit Regional Chamber Regional collaboration plays a big part of daily business at the Detroit Regional Chamber. Frankly, it’s what we do best, and we take great pride in bringing together government leaders and key stakeholders to spur initiatives that have Michigan’s best interests at heart. So, when we take a closer look …

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