AG, FNG propose regulation deal
Utility would remain unregulated, but would tie residential rates to large commercial rates and increase reporting requirements
The state Attorney General and a Fairbanks utility have proposed a deal that would keep the utility’s rates from being regulated in return for a price cap and other concessions.
The deal, which is pending approval by state regulators, would let Fairbanks Natural Gas keep the ability to change its ra....
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Seeking other concessions
Natural gas not dominant
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