The battle over a Southeast energy market

Why utilities and clean energy advocates are battling over a Southeast energy market


A decision could come next month from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on a plan by three big utilities serving the southeast and parts of eastern Oklahoma to form a new market called SEEM, the Southeast Energy Exchange Market.

Some clean energy groups and big corporate electricity buyers are opposed to the creation of the first regional energy-trading market as reported by Canary Media.

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