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View Resource Electricity Transmission Fact Sheet

Electricity transmission lines provide the transport highways to move electricity from the generation sources to concentrated areas of customers. From there, the distribution system moves the...
View Resource Wholesale Competition in the U.S. Electric Power Industry Fact Sheet

Over the past two decades, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)?the agency responsible for regulation of the bulk power transmission system and wholesale bulk power markets?has enc...
View Resource Electricity Supply and Demand Fact Sheet

The U.S. electric power industry is in transition as it moves toward a competitive environment in the wholesale and retail markets. Competitive markets are expected to encourage investments in new...
View Resource Electricity Restructuring Fact Sheets

Since 1996, the deregulation of electricity generation has resulted in focusing public attention on various facets of the electric power industry. As the State by State transition gradually expands,...
View Resource Residential Electricity Prices

Electricity is an essential part of modern life. In our homes we use it for lighting, running appliances and electronics, and for heating and cooling. Most consumers do not think much about their...
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