Utility regulators renew commitment to ministers to improve regulation
The leadership of the Canadian Association of Members of Public Utility Tribunals Sept. 24 offered Canada’s Energy and Mines ministers a renewed commitment from energy regulators to work with policymakers to improve energy regulation in Canada. The ministers accepted.
“Through collaboration, Canada,....
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