New York and Hawaii are the next two U.S. states to legislate rate reduction bonds.

Rate-reduction bonds, sometimes called utility receivables, stranded-asset securitizations or storm-recovery bonds -- are backed by the future collections of special charges applied to electric utility bills, which is based on power usage and can vary from year to year based on weather or economic conditions. 

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