Perhaps some consolation for the discontents can be found in the fact that most foreign investors actually found the energy reform to be rather disappointing: no concessions, only partnerships allowed. Surely a reform that failed to win over the market can't be that bad, can it?
For most Americans, most of the time, electricity is a given. We rely on electricity to power our lives at work, at school and at home. We rely on it so much, it comes as quite a shock when we are deprived of it.