Regulatory policy limits growth in electric competition

February 1, 2012

California


Excerpt from Fiercy Energy By Barbara Vergetis Lundin


According to a recent report from Pike Research, the competitive market is poised for further growth in the coming decade, as competitive electricity purchases will nearly double from $29.4 billion in 2009 to $55.9 billion by 2020. Regulatory policy, however, remains the single biggest limiting factor on the development of an open and competitive market for electricity supplies to commercial and industrial customers.

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