PPL’s new time-of-use prices: What’s not to like?

January 5, 2011 at 8:04 pm

Pennsylvania Power & Light (PPL), the electric utility serving much of eastern Pennsylvania, just announced a time-of-use pricing plan for residential customers. This would utilize the smart meters PPL already has in place.

At first glance, this sounds terrific. So what’s not to like here?…

Full story: What’s not to like about PPL’s new time-of-use prices?

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Entry filed under: consumer benefits, pricing, Time of Use (TOU) prices, Utilities. Tags: , , , .

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