PPL’s problem proves it, electricity shopping isn’t in consumers’ best interest | Ray E. Landis
Pennsylvania’s electric deregulation law has again let down consumers. Here's how.
Consumers could see a 6 to 45 percent increase in electricity costs this summer, PUC warns
Consumers who stick with their default provider “will see sharp increases in energy costs as summer approaches ranging between 6% and 45% depending on their electric utility,” the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission warned in a recent statement.
Here’s how one Pa. company is giving back during the pandemic with the flip of a switch | Opinion
By Mike Starck March 16, 2020. The day the Stay-at-Home order took effect in the Delaware Valley. That day will likely remain a vivid memory of just how drastically our lives can change in an instant. While many of us were able to transition to remote work, not everyone could. Nowhere has this been more […]
Pa. once had a near-miss with Texas-sized deregulation. We have to remember our history and be on guard | Ray E. Landis
We need to support and bolster the efforts of our Consumer Advocate in protecting Pennsylvanians from the excesses of the energy industry.