PUC Again Reminds Shopping Consumers to Review Contracts and to contact experienced brokers/consultants to review their bills


The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) urges customers using a competitive supplier to review their contract as wholesale energy prices have been pushed higher due to cold temperatures and high demand.

Customers with variable contracts or those with fixed contracts that have expired and were moved to a variable rate may see their prices increase. Some prices for those on variable rates may have already increased.

The PUC has created a consumer alert on its website as well as www.PAPowerSwitch.com urging customers to contact their supplier; check their contracts; evaluate competitive offers and contact an experienced energy broker.

The PUC is seeing higher prices in the wholesale energy markets, which could translate into higher prices for some customers who have contracts with competitive suppliers that allow for prices to change. Consumers should check the terms and conditions they received when they enrolled with the competitive supplier or call the supplier to check the status of their prices.

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