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Questions raised about potential special treatment given to Duke Energy in reform bill

Charlotte Business Journal: 

The California-based Energy & Policy Institute claims the state’s utility customer advocate gave Duke preferential access and treatment as it calculated the costs of new legislation on energy regulation. Here’s how Chris Ayers, executive director of the Public Staff of the N.C. Utilities Commission, responded.

[John Downey ]

More: Public Staff denies charge it gave Duke Energy special treatment on reform bill

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