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Of The Morning CallA Pittsburgh metals company with 3,500 employees in western Pennsylvania is trying to decide whether to make a major expansion here or in another state with better electricity rates. As Allegheny Technologies weighs its options, company officials have...
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Of The Morning CallIt might be getting harder to drum up support for electricity deregulation. In January, a Pittsburgh-area small business coalition was among those that endorsed a letter touting the virtues of deregulation. But when asked to put his signature on a...
Of The Morning CallPPL Electric Utilities wants to offer its customers the opportunity to start paying more for electricity next year, rather than waiting until 2010. That's when a cap on what PPL can charge for electricity generation is due to expire and rates are expected...
Of The Morning CallThe idea of extending electricity rate caps appears to be gaining momentum in Harrisburg. Gov. Ed Rendell has invited two proponents of extending caps, Sen. Lisa Boscola, D-Northampton, and Rep. Camille George, D-Clearfield, to discuss the matter next...
Of The Morning CallGreed -- the word was used over and over to describe PPL Corp. at a packed, four-hour public hearing Wednesday in south Bethlehem. John Boyer of Macungie tried to be polite. He said PPL's behavior amounted to "a five-letter word that begins with G and...
Of The Morning CallSen. Lisa Boscola will testify in favor of extending electricity rate caps at a public hearing in Harrisburg next week. Boscola, D-Northampton, announced her role in a press release Tuesday, a day after meeting with Gov. Ed Rendell. The Democratic...
Of The Morning CallThe 2010 rate hike looming over PPL Electric Utilities customers keeps getting bigger. According to the latest calculations announced Thursday, the hike for residential ratepayers grew by another 2 percent since October 2007. That means the price of...
Of The Morning CallThe state has temporarily blocked PPL Corp. from shutting off power to the closed Americus Center hotel, though Allentown may be able to cut the power itself. An administrative law judge for the Public Utility Commission issued an emergency order Monday,...
Of The Morning CallElectricity deregulation critics who testified at a legislative hearing in Harrisburg Tuesday spent little time talking about the matter at hand -- extending rate caps. Instead, they touted a variety of less dramatic but potentially permanent measures to...
Of The Morning CallState regulators cleared the way Wednesday for Allentown to pull the plug on electricity at the Americus Center hotel, but the city has no immediate plans to do so. In a 5-0 decision, the Public Utility Commission said it lacked the authority to stop...
Of The Morning CallThe future the electric industry has been working to create for itself has collided with the political realities of today. Deregulated markets, new nuclear power plants and more high-tension power lines -- that is what big energy companies nationwide...
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