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EDC Consumer Education Plans

Pursuant to the Commission’s May 17, 2007, Final Order (Docket Number M-00061957), each electric distribution company (EDC) under the PUC's jurisdiction has filed a proposed consumer-education plan that is tailored to their service territory. These plans were all filed by the deadline of Dec. 31, 2007.

The Commission will review each plan and issue a Tentative Order approving, rejecting or modifying each plan. Thereafter, the EDC and interested parties will have 30 days to file comments or request an evidentiary hearing before the Office of Administrative Law Judge. If no comments or petitions are filed within the 30-day period, the Tentative Order will become final. If comments or petitions are filed, the Commission will consider the comments and issue a Final Order and/or refer the matter to the Office of Administrative Law Judge for hearings. For further clarification, please contact PUC Manager of Communications, Tom Charles at (717) 787-9504.

To view comments and orders related to the EDC Plans, go to the PUC's Search for Documents page, and search by each of the docket numbers listed below.

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