The Idaho Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has decided to continue its five-year-old revenue sharing plan for U S WEST Communications, a local exchange telephone carrier, for one year. It...
PSI Energy Offers Customer Choice
PSI Energy has filed a proposed tariff with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (URC) that would allow new and expanding businesses in its service territory to choose their power supplier if their electric use increases to two megawatts or more. PSI said the tariff would give qualifying businesses access to the national electric market. It expects the URC to decide by the spring of 1996. "We believe PSI is the first electric utility nationwide to offer customer choice voluntarily to new and expanding businesses, and we think it will be an important economic development tool for attracting new business to the state and encouraging existing businesses to grow," says PSI president John Mutz.
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