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PUCO Denies Rehearing Of Decision Denying Utility’s Sought Offering Of Non-commodity Services

August 10,2017



The PUC of Ohio denied Duke Energy Ohio's request for rehearing of a PUCO order which had found that Duke Energy Ohio's 2014 application to offer nonelectric products and services amounts to, "an attempt to rebundle services and is the inverse of what the General Assembly intended with R.C. 4928.17(C)," and is therefore contrary to statute and state policy

See more on PUCO's prior order denying the application to offer nonelectric products and services here

See the rehearing order here



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