Pa. Wants More Details On PPL's $705M Infrastructure Plan

Law360, Philadelphia (October 10, 2012, 3:06 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Office of Consumer Advocate said Tuesday that it wanted to see more information from PPL Electric Utilities Corp. regarding a proposed $705 million infrastructure improvement plan it hopes to see ratepayers pay for under a new state law.

Under Act 11, signed into effect by Gov. Tom Corbett in February, utilities can petition the state to levy a Distribution System Improvement Charge on customers’ bills, but they must first file an improvement plan with the state. The OCA contended in Tuesday’s filing with the...
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