Ohio Submeterers Argue They Should Retain Ability to Add Extra Fees to Customer Bills

Last month, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio ruled (Docket No. 15-1594-AU-COI) that submetering businesses can be regulated, if their total bill exceeds the price that would have been charged by a regulated utility by a yet-to-be-determined percentage. In response, two Ohio submetering companies now are saying that – if they are to be controlled by the state’s regulators – they want to be able to retain their ability to add charges as they see fit, according to a January 18 report by The Columbus Dispatch.

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