Bellingham, WA (Vocus) September 21, 2009
J.Pollock, Inc. prepared for public distribution an in-depth White Paper entitled Taxing Carbon: Are the Benefits Worth the Costs? in April 2009. That initial report generated a great deal of interest, which is exactly what JPollock hoped to achieve.
Since the House passed climate change legislation (Waxman-Markey) and the debate continues in the Senate, J.Pollock has provided an Update Report to further elucidate the issues. The Update analyzes the impact of Waxman-Markey H.R. 2454 and suggests that electricity costs will surge dramatically after 2023, thereby shifting the burden to the next generation of consumers and business owners.
J.Pollock (http://www.jpollockinc.com) is independently owned, working on behalf of clients, not the utilities, energy suppliers and marketers. The firm's even-minded and experienced approach allows them to objectively evaluate their client's energy needs and develop sound strategies and purchase choices. J.Pollock provides counsel on a variety of complex energy and regulatory issues, and assists clients to procure and manage energy in both regulated and competitive markets.
J.Pollock has participated in hundreds of projects and regulatory proceedings involving investor-owned, municipal, cooperative, and government-owned utilities providing energy and delivery services throughout North America. In addition to being well versed in all aspects of utility regulation, J.Pollock is knowledgeable about how competitive and regulated energy markets work.
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