electric choice

Will California consider full retail electricity choice?

California’s top regulator says it’s time to consider full retail electricity choice. Green Tech Media Contact: Stephen Lacey As if California’s electric grid isn’t already changing fast enough, the state’s leading regulator says it’s probably time to change even faster. In an interview on this week’s Interchange podcast, Michael Picker, president of the California Public Utilities…

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ACCES radio interview with The Steve Gruber Show on WJIM Michigan Talk Network

Click here to listen to the ACCES interview. On December 9, ACCES spokesman Michael Meath talked energy choice with host Steve Gruber of the WJIM Michigan Talk Network. Meath discussed energy choice in Michigan and the options available to consumers to meet their energy needs. “The more options you have, then the greater the opportunity to take control…

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Pennsylvania Encourages Electric Customers in Southwestern PA to Shop for a Competitive Supplier

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission encourages consumers to consider shopping for a competitive electric supplier and to take advantage of the different offers that may be available to them, such renewable energy product offerings. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Contact: Robin Tilley May, 06 2015 HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today urged electric…

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Milwaukee Alderman Seeks Legislation To Open Wisconsin Electricity Market to Competition

Stakeholders on different sides of the aisle continue to push for electric choice in Wisconsin. Milwaukee Alderman Robert Bauman is pursuing legislation directing the city’s administration department and intergovernmental relations division to lobby Wisconsin lawmakers for a change in state law to allow retail customer choice in electricity. COMPETE Coalition Written by: Bill Massey Milwaukee…

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Pennsylvania reduces the time it takes customers to change electricity suppliers

The PA PUC issued an order reducing the time it takes customers to change competitive electricity suppliers. Consumers will now be able to switch suppliers within three business days once the EDC has been notified. Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Written by Jennifer Kocher The Commission voted 5-0 to approve the regulations that require the electric distribution…

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