As deregulation continues to spawn stranded-cost deals, Northeast Utilities, through its New England-based subsidiaries, is likely to be a significant issuer in the stranded-cost sector going forward, according to market sources.

Via advisor Salomon Smith Barney, Northeast subsidiary Western Massachusetts Electric Co. filed last week with the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy for regulatory approval to go forward with a stranded-cost securitization.

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