What is Deregulation? Deregulation is the process whereby government removes regulations and laws that hinder free market competition in the supply of goods and services, thereby giving room for the economy to be dictated and driven by market forces. Current State of Deregulated Electricity in the U.S. Deregulation of the electricity sector in the United…

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Of course, this is indisputable: ain't no party like a didn't-pay-the-electric-bill party cuz a didn't-pay-the-electric-bill party don't st — rachel axler (@rachelaxler) April 29, 2014 Some of my friends are bad enough at parties that a didn’t-pay-the-electric-bill-party would be an upgrade, but that’s probably because I need new friends. Maybe you need new friends too?…

Primarily in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, the average wholesale price for power is expected to be around $0.40 per kWh ($0.45 in New Jersey). With Electricity normally closer to $0.06 per kWh, customers are urged to consider curtailing usage as much as comfortably possible. This graph, provided by ConEd Solutions illustrates the dramatic increase:…

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear a challenge brought by a handful of petitioners regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) execution of regulations granted by the Clean Air Act. The argument of the opposition hinges on a single question: Does the prior Supreme Court ruling allowing the EPA to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG)…

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