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In Delaware, concern over “aggressive” electricity sales pitches

From The Wilmington News Journal: Attorney General Beau Biden is adding his voice to the concern about the “aggressive” way in which salespeople are asking Delaware residents to change their electric providers. That comes as New Castle County Police confirmed three arrests stemming from three men who allegedly were aggressively soliciting in a mobile home park on Wednesday. Deregulation of …

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Utility watchdog, Chicago seek probe of Ill. power suppliers

From E&E EnergyWire, June 12, 2014: A utility watchdog group and the city of Chicago are asking state regulators to investigate a proliferation of consumer complaints about electricity deals offered by alternative suppliers. The city and Citizens Utility Board, a consumer advocacy group, say the request filed yesterday with the Illinois Commerce Commission was prompted by consumer reports of confusing …

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Widespread complaints in Pennsylvania over electric deregulation

How’s electric deregulation working for Pennsylvania? Read for yourself, from a recent news report from WHTM in Harrisburg, PA: “Various delivery methods with the same message: Anger over electric bills that have doubled, tripled, even quadrupled.Tuesday’s example is from the Family Worship Center in New Kingstown, near Mechanicsburg. The electric bill for December was $1,423.11. But come January, the congregation …

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