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Consumer Activist: Residential Electric Choice In Pennsylvania "Failing"

April 27,2018



Discussing a proposal from the FirstEnergy Pennsylvania utilities to implement a new bypassable adder for default service (first reported by EnergyChoiceMatters.com last year), Ken Springirth, described as a Consumer Activist, told WJET-TV (Erie, Pa.) that, "customer choice, right now, is failing in Pennsylvania for residential customers."

Springirth told WJET-TV that a local public hearing on the FirstEnergy EDCs' proposal was "successful" given public opposition to the proposed adder at such hearing, with hundreds in attendance

Springirth said that the safest thing is to remain on default service, and said residential savings from choice were minimal

See WJET-TV for the report

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Pennsylvania   Electric Choice   FirstEnergy   FirstEnergy-PA   Electricity Shopping  

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