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Op-Ed, Authored By Direct's Cerniglia, Defending Electric Choice Published In Maryland Matters

January 10,2019



Ron Cerniglia, director of corporate and regulatory affairs for Direct Energy, had an op-ed published in Maryland Matters defending electric choice

Cerniglia was addressing recent Maryland reports which had stated that customers on competitive retail supply paid more than default service, and one of which had recommended ending individual residential choice and limiting choice to aggregations

The reports' findings and recommendations were fully discussed by EnergyChoiceMatters.com last month (see story here)

Cerniglia wrote in the op-ed that the reports contained, "a number of inaccuracies and fail to paint the true picture of energy choice in Maryland."

See the op-ed here



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Maryland   Deregulation   Electric Choice  

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