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Electric deregulation is getting a fresh look in two Great Lakes states as big energy users see power prices rise while rivals in neighboring states reap the benefits of competition.
Arizona’s electric restructuring has been delayed for almost 20 years. Its time has come for all Arizonans, especially Arizona’s electricity consumers.
Opening up Arizona’s electricity market to competition would allow families and businesses to shop for the electricity plan that best fits their needs.
The commission voted 5-0 at a meeting Thursday to set up a two-step process with the first being the vote on whether to move forward with retail competition.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has taken small steps that could eventually lead to opening up the state's electric markets.
The Arizona Corporation Commission is taking its first, albeit tentative, steps to examine whether to deregulate the state’s electric markets and introduce open competition for consumers.
Deregulation isn’t a new concept in Arizona. The state had been one of the first in line in the late 1990s to see if it was a viable strategy.
With five Republicans in charge of Arizona utility regulations, all who appear to welcome free-market competition, merchant power suppliers see the state as ripe for another shot at utility deregulation.
According to the Arizona Daily Star, while several Republicans generally expressed support for the free market during the election, they were, at best, circumspect of retail choice, and it was not a priority for several of them.