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01/99: The Legislative Council Committee on Electric Utilities Restructuring issued its final report. The report recommended a slow approach to retail competition. Idaho was a low cost state for electricity and concerned about prices rising under a competitive market. The legislature reestablished the study committee.

12/98: The legislative committee concluded that deregulation would boost electric prices in the State, and recommended against restructuring.

02/98: PUC approved Washington Water Power Company’s pilot program for approximately 6,000 consumers. The pilot would offer customers a portfolio consisting of four rate options: Traditional Energy Service, Monthly Market Rate, Annual Market Rate, and Standard Offer Service.

1/98: PUC issued the "Electric Costs Report" to the Governor and Legislature. The report contains the findings on the unbundled average costs for utilities in Idaho compared to national averages. 

9/97: The PUC hosted technical workshops to discuss public purpose program costs as part of unbundling.

7/97: At the PUC, proceedings on electric restructuring began. 

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