Retail Choice Activity Reports
The PUC on December 4, 2008, approved a final rulemaking order which adopts reporting requirements regarding electric generation market activity to prevent anticompetitive or discriminatory conduct and the unlawful exercise of market power.
Retail Electricity Choice Activity Reports - Regulations at 52 Pa. Code Chapter 54 were published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin on May 30, 2009, Volume 39, No. 22.
Order - From the Public Meeting of Dec. 4, 2008. Docket No. L-00070184.
Send copies of the Retail Electricity Choice Reports to Chuck Covage of the Bureau of Technical Utility Services' Energy Planning Section, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact him at (717) 783-3835.
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Electric Distribution Company (EDC) Reports
An EDC shall file quarterly sales activity reports with the Commission's Secretary's Bureau and Chuck Covage in the Bureau of Technical Utility Services' Energy Planning Section. A quarterly report shall be filed no later than 30 days after the end of the previous quarter.
Electric Generation Supplier (EGS) Reports
Electric Generation Supplier (EGS) Annual Reporting Requirements - Memo to licensed EGSs in Pennsylvania, dated Sept. 26, 2013.
An active EGS shall file an annual sales activity report for the previous calendar year with the Commission's Secretary's Bureau and Chuck Covage in the Bureau of Technical Utility Services' Energy Planning Section, on or before April 30 of each year.
This report discusses retail electricity choice activity trends in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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