Folks in Pennsylvania will begin to see more electricity supplier information on their electric bills.
Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
Contact: Jennifer Kocher
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today finalized recommendations that will provide consumers with more information from their electric generation suppliers (EGSs) on their utility bill.
The Commission voted 5-0 to approve changes to customers’ electric bills as part of the Commission’s Retail Markets Investigation (RMI), which was intended to improve the state’s retail electricity market. The adopted changes provide for the inclusion of the EGS’s logo on the bill; the expansion of bill messaging space allotted to EGSs; and the inclusion of a Shopping Information Box. The Commission’s goal is to increase customer awareness when participating in the competitive retail electric market and provide more information from EGSs in utility-consolidated bills.
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