Tracking the state-by-state progress of electricity deregulation, and analyzing what impact it will have on the supermarket industry, tops the list of executives' energy priorities. Although deregulation of the nation's $208 billion electric power industry is expected to lower retailers' electric bills -- their highest operations cost next to labor -- its effects won't be felt equally in all parts of the country. Areas with high electric rates, such as the Northeast, the Northwest and ...

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