PSNH Electricity Rates Under Investigation

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission recently announced it is investigating the electricity rate hike proposed by state utility Public Service of New Hampshire to decide if the prices will be safe and reliable for state rate payers, the New Hampshire Union Leader reports. The PUC issued an order that noted how drastically the market has…

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New York Takes Second In Energy Choice Markets

New York was rated as the second-best state in the country for energy choice, giving its residents ample options when it comes to the decision to switch electricity suppliers, according to a yearly study that looks at the success of deregulated electricity markets. According to the Albany Times Union, New York deregulated its market in the late 1990s, which…

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New Jersey Town Hopes Switching Will Help It Save

Officials in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, currently have their fingers crossed that their decision to switch energy suppliers within the next two yearswill help save more than $2,500 in the long run. According to the Evening Sun, the township heard presentations from retail energy providers, during which municipal leaders discussed the potential savings that could come with…

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PPL Electricity Rates Set To Rise In 2013

Customers of Pennsylvania utility PPL will pay more for their electricity in 2013 despite a favorable environment for electricity choice as the company looks to grow its revenue by about $71 million in 2013, The Lehigh Valley Express Times reports. PPL made the announcement shortly before the new year after the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission approved the rate increase.…

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