Electric utility reform: The free market alternative to mandatory open access

@article{Crews1997ElectricUR,
  title={Electric utility reform: The free market alternative to mandatory open access},
  author={C. Crews},
  journal={The Electricity Journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={10},
  pages={32-43}
}
  • C. Crews
  • Published 1997
  • Economics
  • The Electricity Journal
Abstract There is no need for consumers to remain tied to local distribution monopolies by the artifical construct of the exclusive franchise, and no need for regulated open access. Competitors other than utility monopolies must be free to exploit delivery markets. 
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