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3749
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Deregulation of electric utilities will have an effect on services. Concerns of consumers include who will supply the power and control transmission, what the rates will be, and how safety and reliability will be affected.
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31228
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The North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation, along with Duke Power, North Carolina’s municipal electric utilities, and others, are members of the Southeastern Electric Reliability Council, a regional group established to ensure a reliable and adequate bulk power supply. This article describes how electricity is transmitted throughout the region, and discusses deregulation and other potential changes which may impact North Carolina’s utility industry.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 33 Issue 7, July 2001, p11-14, il, map Periodical Website
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31223
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The issue of deregulating the electric utilities is a major topic of discussion at the national level this year. This article discusses how the issue may affect North Carolina, and what local electric cooperatives are doing to ensure that deregulation will benefit average people.
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