In Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and thirteen US states, retail electric competition is the norm for mass market customers. However retail choice is facing increased scrutiny in both the US and abroad. In retail electricity markets, regulators do not set the bundled price customers pay, or determine its structure. Only the network tariff is regulated.

Presented at the Center for Research into Regulated Industries (CRRI) Western Conference

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