NEW YORK -- Deregulation of the $208 billion electric power industry is on the way, and the impact on the supermarket industry will be significant. Beyond these two consensus points, however, opinions diverge, sometimes wildly, about the pace, type, costs and benefits of utility deregulation. While several different federal mandates are being considered, a patchwork quilt of state-level deregulation efforts is already under way. The quickest action is expected where electric rates are ...

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