The way we generate and use electricity is changing fast – but the way electric utilities are regulated and paid has hardly changed in a hundred years, and the current mismatch between utility incentives and consumer needs is hindering our progress toward urgent clean energy goals. Fortunately, advocates in Maine and across the country are working to rewrite the way electric utilities do business. Governor Janet Mills has introduced legislation to establish performance standards for Maine’s utilities – and a cascade of penalties for failing to meet them, including divestiture and replacement. Join Public Advocate Bill Harwood and State Senator Stacy Brenner, to learn more about efforts to hold utilities accountable through LD 1959.