Who’s Stranded Now?
Utility costs are like taxes. Everyone knows they have to be paid,
but most people have a reason that their own share should be smaller.
And, just as with taxes, there are limitless ways to divide up the
It’s been 20 years since electricity deregulation raised the specter
of stranded utility costs – past investments that have turned out to
deliver less value than was originally expected — and the question of
who should pay those costs: Electricity ratepayhttp://www.theenergycollective.com/severinborenstein/2383186/whos-stranded-now?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=The+Energy+Collective+%28all+posts%29ers? Customers switching
to buy from a competing electricity supplier? Utility shareholders?