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ceiling

Vox populi A maximum, upper limit. See Glass ceiling, Nondisclosure ceiling.
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This is the third time the BIC has proposed a change in the rate cap in response to NSWMA's lobbying.
Three aspects of the rate caps put their effectiveness in doubt.
McCaffrey of Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP, observed that denial of FirstEnergy's request to break the generation rate caps was clearly consistent with Pennsylvania law, "In 2002, the Commonwealth Court agreed with Citizen Power and other parties that Met-Ed and Penelec could not break the rate caps simply because their corporate decisions had exposed them to higher power costs.
Today, the OCC asked the Supreme Court to reverse the PUCO's decision and force it to observe the rate cap mandated by law.
Allegheny Power's plan will gradually transition its residential customers from capped generation rates to market-based generation rates, while at the same time preserving for customers the benefit of previous rate caps.
The company asked CEA to update its original November 2002 study to take into account the three-year rate cap extension recently proposed by the offices of the governor and the attorney general.
PITTSBURGH -- In a major victory for consumers, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania today sided with arguments made by Citizen Power, holding that GPU was not entitled to any of the $316 million in rate cap relief it had sought to collect from customers.
The rating action reflects the higher commodity exposure and business risk that would result from the possible termination of the existing power supply contract with wholesale power supply affiliate FirstEnergy Solutions (FES) and the increased likelihood that Pennsylvania regulators will reject the generation rate cap adjustments proposed by the utilities.
The Judge's decision allows GPU to evade the rate cap placed on their electricity supply by the terms of Pennsylvania's electricity competition law.
An interest rate swap agreement and an interest rate cap agreement both with Wachovia Bank, National Association.
There is uncertainty regarding the residential market structure and provider of last resort (POLR) power supply obligations and power procurement process following the expiration of the residential generation rate cap and related power purchase contracts in Maryland on Dec.
Additional assets supporting the transaction include an interest rate cap agreement and a series of NASDAQ 100 and S&P 500 index put options assigned and purchased at closing.