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CANCELLATION: The PUC Public Input Hearings for Investigation of Weather Normalization Adjustment used by Philadelphia Gas Works have been Canceled

Published on 11/14/2022

Filed under: Gas

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s (PUC) public input hearings on proposed modifications to the Weather Normalization Adjustment (WNA) used by Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) – which were scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 17 – have been canceled by the presiding PUC administrative law judge.

The cancellation is due to recent filings on this docket along with the lack of signups to testify.

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