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u·til·i·ty

(yū-til'i-tē),
In biomedical ethics and clinical decision analysis, the satisfaction or economic advantage gained from the outcome that results from a particular decision.
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The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission's online motor carrier insurance filings are processed through MCInfo, an online service that now provides transportation filing services for 19 states.
The Missouri Public Utility Alliance represents 105 municipal and not-for-profit "publicly owned" electric, natural gas, water, wastewater, and broadband utilities in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, and Kansas.
The ratings are based on the strength and stability of the underlying TCs as established by the Public Utility Regulatory Act (the act), which establishes the irrevocable and nonbypassable TCs and defines bondholders' property right to the collateral, and the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) financing order, which authorizes CenterPoint to issue transition bonds and impose the TCs in an amount sufficient to recover the principal and interest on the bonds as well as any other costs of issuance such as providing for credit enhancement, servicing fees, or other expenses.
We previously supplied a stoker coal-fired boiler to the Hibbing Public Utility and this latest win continues the excellent working relationship between our companies.
Joyce, President and CEO of Ambient, stated, "We believe this is a significant opportunity for Ambient to demonstrate how our solution may play a role in helping to fulfill the Advanced Metering Initiative (AMI) set forth by California's Energy Commission (CEC) and Public Utility Commission (CPUC).
TOPIC: Oil companies, water companies and banks are expected to penetrate the utility sector if Congress repeals the Public Utility Holding Company Act, according to an article by The Wall Street Journal.
is a registered holding company under the Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA) of 1935.
The Public Utility Commission today gave legal aid organizations funded by the Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation the ability to certify victims of domestic violence in Texas.

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