FAQ - Who is Floridians for Affordable Reliable Energy (FARE)?
FAQ - What is the definition of energy deregulation?
FAQ - Why do energy consumers in deregulated states file so many complaints against so-called “energy choice” suppliers?
FAQ - What’s the difference between a state with regulated utilities and a state with deregulated utilities?
FAQ - Why do utility prices for retail “energy choice” suppliers in deregulated states fluctuate so much?
FAQ - Why do retail “energy choice” suppliers in deregulated states use door-to-door sales tactics?
FAQ - When did energy deregulation first occur?
FAQ - Why are Attorneys General in many states suing so-called “energy choice” suppliers in their respective deregulated states?
Texas PUC Bans Shut-offs by "Energy Choice" Suppliers During Pandemic
Potential Disaster in Texas "Energy Choice" Market Averted...for now
Deceptive Telemarketing and Door-to-Door Sales Tactics by Retail Electric Suppliers in Pennsylvania
Companies promise Maryland residents free electricity, but lock them into expensive contracts, advocate says
Aggressive Pitches by Retail Electric Suppliers in Maryland
Low-Income Customers in Massachusetts Paid More to Competitive Electric Suppliers for Electricity
Massachusetts Low-Income Residents Targeted by Competitive Electric Suppliers
Wholesale Electricity Soared to $9,000 per Megawatt in Texas
Texas Retail Electric Supplier Surcharges
Texas Wholesale Electricity Prices Highest in August 2019
An Analysis of the Individual Residential Electric Supply Market in Massachusetts by Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (Part 1)
An Analysis of the Individual Residential Electric Supply Market in Massachusetts by Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (Part 2)
Maryland's Deregulation Dysfunctional Residential Third-Party Energy Supply Market: An Assessment of Costs and Policies by Laurel Peltier and Arjun Makhijani, Ph.D
Competing to Overcharge Consumers: The Competitive Electric Supplier Market in Massachusetts (Part 1)
“Competition in the sale of electricity and gas sounds like it should lead to lower prices and better deals, but in the market for electricity the opposite is commonly true.”
Competing to Overcharge Consumers: The Competitive Electric Supplier Market in Massachusetts (Part 2)
“While [local distribution companies] are closely regulated, and must seek permission from state government to raise their prices, [competitive energy supply] companies can charge any prices at all.”
Competing to Overcharge Consumers: The Competitive Electric Supplier Market in Massachusetts (Part 3)
“Some of this marketing appears to be concentrated in low-income neighborhoods, where salespeople may pressure vulnerable consumers into contracts based on misinformation and false promises of lower prices.”
Joe Gibbons: Electricity deregulation would hurt Florida’s families and economy
“The hue and cry to bring 'choice' and 'competition' to Florida’s electric utilities will grow louder, and the appeals will sound tempting. Don’t be fooled. Reject the false promises of electricity deregulation.”