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June 04, 2007

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jim

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jim

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Nora Brownell

John Hanger was one of the architects of restructuring for Pennsylvania . He understands the importance of empowering customers. He also believes, as I do, that energy policy and environmental policy cannot be on separate paths. They are interdependent. Technology, transparency, trust in customers are vital to building our energy future.

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