Ohio consumer advocate wants gas price investigation

With the recent termination of several natural gas suppliers, thousands of consumers were forced to return to their local distribution company with little or no notice, and pay a higher rate. The OCC, which serves as the legal representative and residential consumer utility advocate for Ohioans, said it’s concerned that even though customers in the Columbia Gas of Ohio customer choice program have saved $90 million as a result of choosing a new gas supplier, disillusioned consumers may feel the program has failed.

HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 19 (PRNewswire) – The chairman of the Pennsylvania PUC criticized GPU Energy for suggesting the energy crisis crippling California could easily affect Pennsylvania.

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