RESA Forms MD/DC/VA Gas Policy Monitoring Group

May 30, 2012

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HARRISBURG, PA — The Retail Energy Supply Association has established a new regulatory policy monitoring group to advance retail natural gas competition issues in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. David Cetola was elected to chair the monitoring group.

“I’m excited that RESA’s membership has entrusted me with the responsibility to spearhead our efforts to promote and foster retail gas competition in Maryland, Virginia and D.C.,” Cetola said.

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RESA Applauds PUCO’s Pro-Competitive Decision in AEP-Ohio Case

July 3, 2012

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HARRISBURG, PA – The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA) today applauded the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) for its dedication to promoting competition in the public interest in an order intended to put AEP-Ohio on a glide path toward full retail competition for electricity customers in the utility’s service territory.

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Pennsylvania's Competitive Energy Landscape

Millions of Pennsylvania consumers have taken advantage of the state’s retail energy market and now benefit from competitive choice for both electricity and natural gas.

More than two million Pennsylvania electricity customers are purchasing from competitive power providers, and 1.7 million of those are residential customers. Pennsylvania has a very dynamic competitive retail power market, and the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is investigating measures it may adopt to further promote competition (Docket No. I-2011). The state also has an active natural gas market at retail.

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Contact Information

 

State Gas and Electric Caucus Chair
Tony Cusati
IGS Energy
6100 Emerald Parkway
Dublin, OH 43016
Tel: 614-659-5000
tcusati@igsenergy.com

State PUC Counsel (Electric)
Daniel Clearfield and Deanne O’Dell
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC
212 Locust Street, Suite 300
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Daniel Clearfield:
Tel: 717-237-7173
dclearfield@eckertseamans.com
Deanne O’Dell
Tel: 717-255-3744
dodell@eckertseamans.com
Fax: 717-237-7314

State PUC Counsel (Gas)
Todd Stewart 
Hawke McKeon and Sniscak LLP
100 N 10th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Tel: 717-703-0806
tsstewart@hmslegal.com

State Lobbyist (Electric)
Ronald C. Boston
Pennsylvania Senior Government Affairs Manager
Duane Morris Government Strategies
300 North Second Street, Penthouse
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Tel: 717-756-3435 
Fax: 412-765-1480 
rcboston@dmgs.com

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