ORLANDO, Fla. -- Deregulation of the electric-utility industry may hold great promise for reduced energy costs, but retailers say it's far too early in the process to bank on those savings. Retailers would welcome the opportunity to "shop around" for electrical power and obtain competitive bids from various suppliers, and are hopeful national legislation will be passed. At the state level, energy-management executives are closely watching deregulation projects under way in New Hampshire and ...

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