Energy Choice Industry News

PUC Offers Natural Gas Safety Tips Related to Heavy Snow

The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission offers tips to residents on natural gas safety during Winter Storm Sandy. Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission Contact: Nils Hagen-Frederiksen HARRISBURG – As residents across much of Pennsylvania brace for significant snowfall this weekend, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) offered some safety tips for those using natural gas appliances: Keep outside…

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PUC Offers Winter Storm Tips; Reminds Residents to Prepare, Report Outages and Consider Safety

The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission issued a press release informing residents to be prepared for the upcoming winter storm this weekend and offered pre-storm tips as well as what do when one loses power at their home. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Contact: Nils Hagen-Frederiksen HARRISBURG – As residents across Pennsylvania prepare for the first major winter…

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Energy outlook for Pennsylvania continues to be promising

In 2015 Pennsylvania experienced strong development with respect to the energy sector – reduced carbon dioxide emissions, lower energy prices, major local natural gas production, and more. Philly.com Contact: Pamela A. Witmer Commissioner of the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission Pamela A. Witmer is a commissioner of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. When it comes to energy, 2015…

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Trenton, New Jersey quietly helping consumers save on energy

A state bill awaits the Governor of New Jersey’s signature to be signed into law which will simplify the process for consumers to compare the prices of energy from all competitive energy suppliers available to them. The Press of Atlantic City From the editorial page of The Press of Atlantic City Lost in the flood of…

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It’s easy to buy “green power.”

When it comes to purchasing green power to power your home and business there are many options available from buying green power from a competitive supplier to participating in utility green power programs. The article below explains in the detail the numerous options available for consumers. Vox Contact: David Roberts Many people would like to support…

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Ohio State agency can help with electricity billing questions, disputes

Consumers in Ohio, for questions about energy bills, contract terms, and more, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is available to help address your questions. Cantonrep.com Contact: Edd Pritchard Contacting your electric company should be enough to help resolve a problem with an electric bill, but customers have other options if needed. The Public Utilities…

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Michigan State Rep. seeks to expand electricity choice to help Michigan schools, economy

Michigan state representative Gary Glenn announces with news source MichiganLive that he will be introducing legislation to expand competition and choice, allowing all taxpayer-funded entities — K-12 schools, colleges, universities, state and local governments — to buy cheaper electricity and save taxpayers money. MichiganLive By State Rep. Gary Glenn, R-Larkin Township Michigan’s economy is damaged by an arbitrary…

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New Jersey consumers may get new tool to decide on competitive energy suppliers

The New Jersey Legislature is considering a bill that would allow for the development of an online tool to enable New Jersey consumers to compare different offers from competitive energy suppliers. Newsworks Contact: Phil Gregory Only a small percentage of New Jersey residents have changed energy suppliers since the state deregulated electricity and natural gas in 1999….

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In Ohio, energy forum coming Oct. 20 to Dorchester

An energy forum will be held in Dorchester, Ohio to discuss the benefits of energy deregulation for Ohio consumers. The Star Democrat CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester Chamber of Commerce has partnered with CQI Associates to present an energy forum. The purpose of the forum is to inform the public about energy deregulation, how the process…

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New Hampshire Launches Comparison Shopping Webpage for Competitive Electric Supply

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission has launched an electric choice comparison website for residential and small commercial customers looking to shop for a competitive energy supplier. New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission Contact: Amanda Noonan Concord, N.H.  The Public Utilities Commission launched a new webpage today that provides electric customers with one location to easily compare…

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