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03/01: House Bill 244 changed the name of the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force to the Energy Policy Task Force, which studies the State's energy needs.

03/00: Senate Bill 250 extended the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force until November 30, 2002.

03/99: Senate Bill 15 continued the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force through November 30, 2000, and repealed the rate freeze from the prior session.

11/98: A draft report on restructuring was issued by the Utah Legislature's Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force. The report is generally favorable toward competition; however, it advises a "go slow" approach.

10/98: The Public Service Commission (PSC) of Utah issued a report to the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force on stranded costs. The Task Force favors allowing the market to determine the value of stranded costs.

09/98: The PSC completed a report on market power for the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force. Market power is considered a "serious problem."

08/98: The PSC completed a report on consumer protections for the Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force.

06/98: The PSC's "Unbundling Electricity Related Services" report to the Electric Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force detailed technical options for separating the costs for generation, transmission, and distribution.

04/98: The Utah Legislature's Electrical Deregulation and Customer Choice Task Force is favoring a slower approach, and will not begin working on draft legislation until the fall of 1998.

03/98: According to the Utah Division of Public Utilities' Electric Utility Restructuring timeline, HJR 7 recommended that the task force continue its work in 1998 and decide whether or not to introduce restructuring legislation in 1999. The bill also stated that the rate freeze should be allowed to expire and "a full rate hearing for Utah Power & Light be allowed to proceed before the Utah Public Service Commission."

11/97: The task force voted to recommend no restructuring legislation for 1998 session. The task force will prepare draft legislation for a restructuring plan by April 1998 for introduction in the 1999 General Session.

03/97: House Bill 313 created a task force to study the various issues of electric industry restructuring. Draft report is due November 1997, and the final report is due November 1998.

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