The competitive retail electricity market in Pennsylvania is closely monitored and managed by the PUC to ensure it functions properly. Through the Retail Markets Working Group and the Office of Competitive Market Oversight, the PUC explores opportunities to enhance customer choice and facilitate the development of retail markets throughout the state. The PUC oversight also helps to prevent anticompetitive or discriminatory conduct and the unlawful exercise of market power.
Retail Markets Investigation
A statewide investigation compiled recommendations for the electric retail market.
Retail Markets Working Group
The RMWG provides retail market policy recommendations to the PUC.
Office of Competitive Market Oversight
OCMO oversees the development and function of the competitive marketplace.
Retail Choice Activity Reports
A final order adopts reporting requirements for electric generation market activity.
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