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Slide 1: ==== ==== Deregulated Energy http://BestEnergyPrice.com ==== ==== There is a lot of controversy surrounding the issue of deregulation: in light of the last few years' worth of economic and financial turmoil, a lot of people are of the opinion that deregulation has let corporations run amok and has ultimately undermined stability for ordinary, working people and their families. While this may be true in certain cases, it does not seem to be the case at all in application to the energy industry and the energy prices that we all pay at the end of each month. Following the deregulation of energy markets some 20+ years ago, the result has been more competition and more opportunity for savings-two things that will always be very welcome indeed! Prior to the deregulation of energy markets, virtually all Americans (and Canadians as well) had only one company that they could buy their energy from: their utility, which had acquired a degree of leverage and power over their customers that was simply appalling. The total lack of competition led to astronomically high and unstable energy prices (which were made even worse by arguably inevitable developments in petro-politics abroad, for example in the Middle East and OPEC countries in general), and at the same time the utilities had very little incentive to reinvest into their infrastructure networks. These, in turn, became very dilapidated and so not only were Americans paying too much on energy prices, but they were furthermore not even able to count on their utilities for regular, reliable energy delivery! Deregulation changed all of that. For starters, by opening the energy market up to the forces of competition, prices naturally fell-and they have remained comparatively very low when you consider the fact that outside economic and political forces have driven global energy prices up considerably. Then, there is another effect to talk about: the fact that utilities now have a much greater incentive to maintain their infrastructure, even though they may still be one of the only companies operating locally in the delivery side of the energy equation. That's because the utilities are now much more susceptible to complaints and claims from consumers, and since they don't dominate both ends of the equation (supply as well as delivery) they have to do a better job at the part of the equation that they do still have on lockdown effectively. Thanks to these kinds of deregulations, these days people can get quite predictable energy prices for extended periods-up to 3 or 4 years in many cases actually. Whether it's fixed prices or price protections and buffers, consumers are being protected by the very nature of a diversified and competitive marketplace. Furthermore, these new players on the energy market are getting involved in green technologies and sustainable solutions in a way that traditional utilities companies would never do, and wouldn't be able to afford even if they wanted to. Though we will have to keep an eye on developments moving forward, the last 20 or so years of deregulation in the energy sector appear to have had enormously positive consequences.
Slide 2: Find out more about the issue by going to http://www.energysavings.com. Again, if you want to learn about why energy deregulation is good for your wallet, then just head over to ENERGYSAVINGS.com now. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Paula_Webster ==== ==== Deregulated Energy http://BestEnergyPrice.com ==== ====

   
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