The Pennsylvania PUC adopted a final order Friday establishing interim guidelines
for eligible customer lists (ECL) to be made available to electric generation suppliers
by electric distribution companies
The New York PSC should not require the express consent of customers for ESCOs to
renew such customers, the Retail Energy Supply Association said in comments regarding
the proposed ESCO Consumer Bill of Rights and related changes to the Uniform Business
The Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court's decision
to dismiss a lawsuit against Stream Energy and affiliated companies (collectively,
Stream), finding that the contract which the plaintiff, Perry Betts, had with Stream's
marketing arm Ignite was not unenforceable merely because of an illusory promise
Western Massachusetts Electric Co. has filed default service rates for the six-month
period beginning January 1, 2011 for small customers, and the three-month period
beginning January 1, 2011 for large customers.
Baltimore Gas & Electric confirmed that prices posted on its website are actual rates
which will be used in its electric supply price comparison information, minus the
Energy Cost Adjustment (Rider 8), for residential and Type I SOS customers for the
period June 1, 2011 through September 30, 2011.
Commence Energy has submitted an updated status report to the Georgia PSC on its
re-entry into the Atlanta Gas Light market, and now says that it anticipates that
it will begin marketing to potential new customers no later than February 28, 2011
Commonwealth Edison's most recent calculation of a combined uncollectibles factor
to be used in the Purchase of Receivables discount rate for all customer classes
appears to have been calculated, "in a manner that is not consistent with the calculation
used by Ameren Illinois ...," Illinois Commerce Commission Staff said in response
to ComEd's filing.
Tenaksa this week released the results of a poll of 800 Illinois voters in which
62% of respondents said that it is reasonable for consumers to pay an extra two dollars
on their monthly utility bill for cleaner power produced from Illinois coal.
PUCT Commissioner Donna Nelson reminded REPs yesterday that the PUCT has previously
said that new charges under the nodal market, such as unanticipated congestion costs,
may not be passed-through to customers on fixed price contracts