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(Non-Club) The Prospect of State-Mandated Consumer Financing of Power Plants

This is the second of two public forums sponsored by NC WARN and the John Locke Foundation calling for increased competition in the electricity market. Read more about the collaboration here:

This second forum will focus on so-called Construction Work in Progress rules. CWIP forces electric ratepayers to pay the bills for construction of new power plants, even if those plants never come on line.

The forum will be moderated by former NC Supreme Court Justice Robert Orr, and will feature a panel discussion involving business and consumer advocates.

This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited, so come early to ensure you get a seat.

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  • Eric L.

    Less well attended that the first forum. Still gratifying to see John Lock/NC Warn co-sponsoring this important dialogue about Duke Energy Monopoly.

    March 20, 2014

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