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In an increasingly competitive market, Washington state regulators are amongst those who are concerned that utilities will shy away more and more from longer term investments such as wind. The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission is seeking comments until February 14 on how to regulate competitive bidding, retail wheeling and other issues in the increasingly privatised power industry. The commission has been viewing the matter for about a year and has met with representatives from utilities, consumer groups, and other experts.

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