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We need a “smart” power grid, and we can’t get it for nothing

Commonwealth Edison and Ameren Illinois took the hint. The utilities got hammered in Springfield after they proposed a plan to finance improvements in their electricity grids. They have agreed to revise the controversial legislation in a way that does more to protect consumers, but they’re still getting a chilly reception. Their latest measure is substantially [...]
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