Alternative forms of utility rate regulation spur debate

The proposed use of alternative rate plans to establish new base rates for electric and gas companies in Maryland is pitting the utility industry against some consumer groups and state regulators. During the just-finished General Assembly session, Del. Dereck Davis, D-Prince George’s, sponsored House Bill 653 requiring the Maryland Public Service Commission to allow an electric ...

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