Edison proactively working to help solve problems in California electricity market

“We are firmly committed to protecting our customers from the rate shock we saw in San Diego, where utility bills doubled and tripled this summer,” said SCE Chairman, President & CEO Stephen E. Frank.

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 28, 2000—The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) approved this stipulation in the American Electric Power (AEP) Co.’s electric transition plan cases which create an opportunity to begin a competitive retail electric market in Ohio and provide opportunities for customers to begin saving on their electric bills beginning January 1, 2001. “AEP customers can begin to shop for competitive generation services,” said PUCO Chairman Alan Schriber.

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