Texas PUC to vote on late fees for residential electric bills

If the proposal is adopted, the PUC will reverse its standing policy of no late fees on residential bills. The late fee assessment is part of a consumer protection rule that will be in effect under retail competition when many Texans will be able to choose their electric company. Low-income customers receiving discounted rates would be exempt from the late fees.

MORRISTOWN, N.J., Dec. 6, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) —The Pennsylvania GPU Energy companies – Metropolitan Edison Company and Pennsylvania Electric Company, subsidiaries of GPU Inc. (NYSE: GPU – news) — have filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to permit the deferral, for accounting and regulatory purposes, of costs they incur to purchase electric power for their customers that exceed what is recovered through their current rates.

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