AG challenges Chugach on power plant
Chugach argues that pre-approval will save ratepayers money, but the AG believe it will only shift the project risks to consumers
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As Chugach Electric Association seeks financing for a $300 million power plant, it says that regulatory support will yield better terms that could save ratepayers $2 million a year. The state Attorney General is skeptical of those claims, though, saying the largest electric utility in Alaska simply....
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Alaska AG skeptical
Chugach sees precedent
Have the ratepayers spoken?
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