nonregulated

nonregulated

(nɒnˈrɛɡjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
that is not regulated
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Nextera's continued shift from merchant businesses toward regulated investments and contracted nonregulated renewable assets is supportive of its credit profile.
Headquartered in Chicago, Integrys Energy is a holding company for energy related subsidiaries, which includes regulated utilities and nonregulated subsidiaries.
The company chairman, president and chief executive officer, Robert W Best, said, 'Our strategy of combining complementary regulated and nonregulated operations continues to drive results.
Within its 1,725 pages, the statute includes a provision requiring State regulators (for the utilities whose rates they regulate) and larger nonregulated electric utilities to hold public proceedings to consider whether to adopt five new Federal standards.
In supervising financial holding companies, the Federal Reserve will rely on reports filed with or prepared by bank, thrift, and functional regulators, as well as on publicly available information for both regulated and nonregulated subsidiaries.
But as we all know, problems can arise in any nonregulated profession.
109, Accounting for Income Taxes, a landmark pronouncement with significant implications for both regulated and nonregulated industries.
Additionally, market forces will direct some nonregulated companies and even entire industries into adopting ISO 9000 Series Standards and the integral registration requirements.