By: Long Island News & PR |
FirstEnergy’s Ohio Utilities Remind Customers Assistance Programs are Available to Help With Utility Bills
By: PRNewswire |
Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company and Toledo Edison, FirstEnergy’s (NYSE: FE)Ohio utilities, remind customers having difficulty paying their utility bills that they may be eligible for special financial assistance programs.
In Ohio, customer assistance programs include:
- Percentage of Income Payment Plan Plus (PIPP Plus)
The Percentage of Income Payment […]
By: Paul Rogers |
Fearing billions of dollars in future liability, PG&E has been aggressively urging state regulators to make it easier for the company to charge ratepayers — rather than its shareholders — when its power lines and other electrical equipment cause wildfires.
Top PG&E executives met as recently as last week to […]
By: Jeff Mosier |
The $9.45 billion offer to buy Oncor appears to have the clearest path to success after 3 1/2 years of stalled and failed efforts to sell the state’s largest regulated utility.
Still, with a state regulator raising some questions and concerns, this isn’t a done deal for the bidder, San Diego-based […]
By: Amanda Sparks |
If you travel to the country of Belize, you will not see power lines. Belize never built such infrastructure, and sources of traditional electricity are rare and prohibitively priced. And so, when Belize began to develop its infrastructure, solar power was a natural solution.
In fact, […]
By: Lynsey Whitaker |
On Thursday, Ameren Illinois and the Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials are holding a one-time energy assistance grant sign up at the Senior Center in Quincy.
When: Thursday, October 26
Where: Quincy Senior & Family Resource Center
Quincy customers that meet low-income […]
By: David R. Baker |
California regulators auditing Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s work in the field cited the company for late repairs and maintenance jobs far more frequently than any other electric utility in the state, according to documents made publicin the wake of this month’s deadly Wine Country fires.