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Electric Coops Gaining Ground in Canada

The province of Alberta's first member-owned retail power coop has signed up 140 customers in its first month.  The coop hopes to offer lower energy costs because of low administrative overhead and a voice in promoting more green energy projects in the p
August 8, 2011

The province of Alberta's first member-owned retail power coop has signed up 140 customers in its first month.  The coop hopes to offer lower energy costs because of low administrative overhead and a voice in promoting more green energy projects in the province.  The coop's success marks a contrast to past startups, which faired poorly.  The dominant electric provider is Epcor Utilities, which many consumers rely on to deliver power under the fluctuating regulated rate regime.  Click here to see the Edmonton Journal's full story.

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