At a time when many Maryland households are experiencing record-high utility bills, some lawmakers are revisiting their decision a decade ago to deregulate the local energy industry. Join Kojo to hear what “rational RE-regulation” proposals would do, how they fit into overall energy planning, and what financial impact they’d have on businesses and residences in the state.


  • Peter Behr Reporter, ClimateWire and E&E News; and former Washington Post energy reporter
  • Malcolm Woolf Director, Maryland Energy Administration
  • Leah Gibbons Maryland State Chair, Retail Energy Supply Association

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