Md. Energy Users To Get Heads-Up On 'Green' Charges

Law360, New York (April 1, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Maryland legislature has voiced its support for utilities instituting energy-efficiency measures, but lawmakers are still demanding that power companies inform their customers prior to charging them for the environmentally friendly steps.

On Monday, a bill requiring more transparency in utility reporting appeared ready to be shipped to Governor Martin O'Malley after both the Maryland House and the Senate passed the legislation in the preceding days.

“An act for the purpose of requiring electric companies and gas companies to provide certain customers with notice of certain...
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