Liberty Power decides to rate markets around US

Restructuring Today
Feb 12, 2007

Liberty operates from Ft. Lauderdale.

It´s filling in the gap created by the end of the Center for the Advancement of Energy Markets.

Small businesses don´t have a voice when it comes to electric policy, Liberty´s CEO David Hernandez reminded us.

Electric choice gives them the freedom to choose cheaper prices and more innovative products — but the ability of a small business to save money depends on how well the market is set up, he added.

Download the complete PDF report card.

We agreed with the various grades — A through F — Liberty gave US markets including two failures. Montana and Nevada earned F´s because they limit choice for small businesses despite making it easier for big industrials to shop.

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