I would assume they are not. The climate bill is filled with language of regulation and control of consumer utilities.
The bill is filled with regulations and amendments that serve to dramatically increase the proficiency and conservation of water, gas and electricity. This would ultimately lower the demand for such services and potentionally harm these companies.
The specifics of the bill have not been fully addressed and it is difficult to trust speculations at this point. Perhaps the governemnt will include incentives and tax credits for companies that improve their proficiency. At this point I would take any information with a grain of salt and wait for coming political debates.
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