Electricity Group Doesn't Want New Pa. PUC Alt. Energy Rules

Law360, New York (December 5, 2012, 4:58 PM EST) -- The Electric Power Generation Association on Tuesday urged the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission not to change regulations governing how electricity distributors must satisfy state-mandated alternative energy requirements, saying the proposed changes are unnecessary and will distort the market.

In response to the PUC’s request for public comment on proposed changes announced Nov. 8, the EPGA on Tuesday said the PUC’s proposed regulations do a disservice to the state’s alternative energy goals under the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards Act by impeding innovation and driving up costs for...
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