EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Participation in a New Hampshire electricity deregulation pilot has given Shaw's Supermarkets here valuable insights into a wide range of critical issues that will become paramount when the state completely deregulates its electricity market, scheduled to begin July 1. With federal moves to deregulate the nation's $208 billion electric power industry stalled, state efforts have moved to the forefront. New Hampshire is one of 15 states that have already acted to ...

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