Debate Continues on Defeasing N.C.'s Electricity Debt
- Did a quick click short ElectriCities' chances? // Business North Carolina;Mar1998, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p12
Focuses on how the switch to electric deregulation has affected ElectriCities of North Carolina Incorporated. Comments from Charles Mckeller, chairman of NC4E; Amount of money in debt ElectriCities has its members in; Reference to Danny McComas, a Wilmington Republican and commission co-chair.
- Two Southern Utilities Join, Combat Debt. Reisman, Michael // Bond Buyer;09/01/99, Vol. 329 Issue 30717, p1
Reports that the cities that comprise South Carolina's Piedmont Municipal Power Agency will joint North Carolina's ElectriCities under an operating pact. Attempt to pay off debt sold for the Catawba Nuclear Power Plant; Provisions of the contractual agreement.
- A Turnkey Relocation Partner. // World Trade: WT100;Sep2012, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p69
The article presents a corporate profile of ElectriCities of North Carolina Inc., a not-for-profit government service organization, based in Raleigh, North Carolina that assist cities and towns owning electric distribution systems.
- North Carolina utilities may offer cash to keep systems. De Sue, Tedra // Bond Buyer;02/24/2000, Vol. 331 Issue 30835, p4
Informs that public power providers for North Carolina may forego the sale of their distribution assets as part of a stranded-cost recovery plan proposed by investor-owned electric utilities. Possibility of offering cash instead; Unwillingness of the member cities in Electricities to sell their...
- Fly Drops Into Ointment of Effort to Deregulate N.C. Power. DeSue, Tedra // Bond Buyer;03/16/2000, Vol. 331 Issue 30850, p24
Focuses on State Treasurer Harlan Boyles' assessment of efforts to deregulate North Carolina's electric utility market. Electricities of North Carolina Inc.'s plan to use a rate cap to solve stranded costs problems; Marshall Lancaster's report on deregulation efforts; Need for the cities to...
- Economic Outlook. // Business North Carolina;Aug99, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p10
Interviews Senator David Hoyle, co-chair of North Carolina (N.C.) Senate's Study Commission on the Future of Electric Service in N.C. Financial problems of the state's municipal power agencies collectively known as ElectriCities; Issue on higher power rates; Transfer of power revenue to...
- A Turnkey Relocation Partner. // World Trade: WT100;Sep2013, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p69
The article features ElectriCities of North Carolina Inc., a not-for-profit government service organization representing more than 70 North Carolina cities and towns that own electric distribution systems. It cites ElectriCities' development of two Prime Power Parks in the Cities of Albemarle...
- Carolina on Your Mind? // World Trade: WT100;Sep2010, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p59
The article offers information on the nonprofit government service organization ElectriCities of North Carolina, which reprents U.S. cities and towns that own electric distribution systems.
- State Lawmaker Challenges N.C. Cities' Use of Utility Revenues. DeSue, Tedra // Bond Buyer;07/18/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30934, p3
Focuses on North Carolina State lawmaker Ronald Smith's issuance of a statement accusing the cities that make up ElectriCities of North Carolina Inc. of using their electric utility revenues to keep local taxes low. Utilization of profits to reduce and hold down property tax rates; State...