Surveys indicate U.S. consumers interest in prepaid electricity service

December 1, 2011 at 7:22 pm

U.S. utility customers are accustomed to paying for energy after the fact. This is rather like driving your car for a month, then getting hit with a gasoline bill.

So far, most customers have preferred post-paid energy service because utilities and regulators have favored that approach. But the few U.S. utilities which offer prepayment options are finding that at least some customers realize tremendous benefits from this service…

Full post: Prepaid energy service? Surveys demonstrate U.S. consumer interest

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