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Municipal power customers face price spike

Municipal power customers will get a shock when they open their electric bills this week. Municipal electric departments statewide have been hit with new charges. Tupper Lake and Lake Placid residents were hit the hardest; their villages' January bill from the power authority more than doubled. Jacob Resneck reports.  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 2

Even in a deregulated energy market, there is still a need for government supervision. Governor Pataki's Public Service Commission has been spearheading the transition to deregulation but some state legislators complain the PSC has bungled the job. Karen Dewitt has this second report in a five-part series on energy deregulation in New York State.  Go to full article

Energy Deregulation in New York, Pt. 1

Karen Dewitt begins a five-part series on energy deregulation in New York State--what's working and what's not. Today she visits the new center of power in New York's power market, the New York ISO.  Go to full article

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