WUTC gives green light to Puget Sound Energy’s integrated energy-conservation plan

Under the plan endorsed by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, about 300,000 Puget Sound Energy residential customers now will pay less for electricity used during “off-peak” hours. Since December these customers have been receiving detailed information in their monthly bills and through PSE’s Web site showing when they use electricity during the day. They also are shown how the price of providing their electricity varies between peak and off-peak hours.

Norcross, GA, April 26, 2001 – Puget Sound Energy customers on May 1 will check time-of-day rate savings using information wirelessly relayed on a network meter reading system.

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