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Maryland regulators launch utility bill review

The Maryland Public Service Commission intends to review utility bills. A hearing is planned for March 4.   The Baltimore Sun Written by Jamie Smith Hopkins PSC worries that frigid temperatures will create a cost crunch for customers Maryland regulators say they will review the extent that customers are past due on bills to electric and…

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Op-ed from the Houston Chronicle – Deregulation and Choice

Opinion letter providing comments on the topic of energy deregulation in Texas.   Houston Chronicle Opinion Letter Written by Alan Ahrens I am a retired electric utility engineer who would like to offer some comments on the essays about electricity deregulation (“Should Texas pull plug on electricity deregulation?” Page B11, Sunday). The positions presented by the…

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How to Get the Best Electricity Pricing

Energy consumers in Texas have the option to switch to a different energy company in order to choose a plan that suits them well. energyblogs.com Written by Jordan Adam During peak periods, electricity can be quite expensive for most consumers. Even in times of slack demand, the reductions in prices do not match the spikes during…

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PUCO offers energy choice information session

For the past year the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has been letting people across the state know they can choose their electric distributor. They’ll come to Middletown next week to the MidPointe Library, 125 S. Broad St., to address any questions and concerns from electric customers as they may have received a phone call,…

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