New York: Businesses now get dynamic energy pricing

May 26, 2011 at 4:49 pm

This week, the NY Public Service Commission approved Rochester Gas & Electric’s plan for more hourly pricing for business customers. Under this plan, all businesses with electric use that exceeds 300 kW (think of a Home Depot store or mid-sized office building), will be switched to hourly pricing based on the wholesale market price.

This plan will give these business customers access to the same low wholesale electricity prices that large utilities get…

Full story: New York approves dynamic pricing for businesses

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Entry filed under: business, dynamic pricing, New York, PUC, Regulation, Utilities.

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