Electric bills to spike $400 in '10 - News - Standard Speaker
October 9, 2009
From staff reports
A blending of prices from the six auctions determined January's nearly 30 percent rate increase for PPL residential customers - when state-imposed rate caps on electric prices expire. The rate caps on the generation portion of customers' bills have been in place for nearly a decade. On average, generation accounts for more than half of a customer's electric bill.
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Since: Aug 09
#1 Oct 10, 2009
You read that right: 30% INCREASE for residential consumers. Do you think the "servants" have served us by letting this happen?
Should we let them off the hook? Are we going to talk about the DEFLECTIVE issues they want to talk about during the election, OR, are we going to remind them how they have betrayed our trust by allowing the elimination of electric rate caps?
Vote them out! All of them! They're all corrupt, AND we're paying them big BUCKS.
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