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Director, National Regulatory Research Institute asserted that affordability of energy has nothing to do with Regulators that should be the concern of the Government.
Even small customers have benefited, as evidenced by a recent study by the National Regulatory Research Institute, which found that customers saved an average of 7.
But so far only four states involved in Phase I of the sulfur dioxide market have yet made rigorous, detailed regulatory decisions fully covering their treatment of allowances, says Ken Rose of the National Regulatory Research Institute.
A study conducted by Ohio State University's National Regulatory Research Institute (NRRI) in Winter 2003 cites voice quality as significantly impacting customer usage of and satisfaction with wireless services.
Business & High-Tech Editors COLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 18, 2002 The National Regulatory Research Institute today announced a new monthly Executive Briefing service for government regulators and senior level executives in the telecommunications, energy, water and convergence industries.
He also serves on the boards of the WEA International, as well as the National Regulatory Research Institute.