Pittsburgh Water And Sewer Authority Considering Raising RatesPittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority filed a request with the Public Utility Commission to raise rates over 2 years.
Lifting Utility Shutoff Moratorium Could Affect Over 1M Pennsylvania CustomersAlthough the pandemic is not over, the moratorium on utility shut-offs will end on March 31.
Pennsylvania To Lift Last Pandemic Moratorium On Utility ShutoffsPennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission on Thursday approved the lifting of its year-old moratorium preventing utilities from terminating service to all non-paying customers, adopted as Gov. Tom Wolf began ordering shutdowns to fight the spreading coronavirus.
State's Utility Regulators Reject Attempt To End Moratorium On Service TerminationsPennsylvania’s Public Utility Commission on Thursday rejected an attempt by one of its members to end its three-month-old moratorium preventing utilities from terminating service to non-paying customers while the state fights the spread of the coronavirus.
Aqua America To Acquire Peoples In $4.2 Billion Deal, Raising Implications For PWSAAqua America has announced that it is acquiring Peoples in a $4.275 billion deal.
Pennsylvania Shuts Down Construction On Sunoco Gas PipelinePennsylvania environmental officials have ordered Sunoco to halt construction of a natural gas pipeline across the southern part of the state.
Cold Temperatures Mean Higher Home Heating Bills This WinterThe U.S. Department of Energy is predicting that our winter energy costs will grow -- up eight percent for electricity, up 12 percent for natural gas, and up 17 percent for home heating oil.
Pa. Lawmakers Want PUC To Oversee PWSATwo local lawmakers plan to introduce legislation to put the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority under the oversight of the Public Utility Commission.
Local Store Owner Records 'Duquesne Light' Scam Artist At Work John King, owner of Olympos Gyros in Robinson, and his assistant Steve Spanoudakis were working their food establishment as usual when a call came in.
Uber Settles With Pennsylvania Regulators For $3.5 MillionPennsylvania regulators are settling a legal dispute with the ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. for $3.5 million.
Auditor Says Clearer Rules Needed For Use Of Drilling FeesPennsylvania's auditor general says the state should rein in what he called questionable spending of some of the hundreds of millions of dollars in fees from a natural gas drilling boom that have swelled local government coffers under a nearly five-year-old state law.
Man Chains Electric Meter To Prevent Utility From Installing Smart MeterIt's obvious Norbert Sliwinski of Monroeville does not want Duquesne Light to install a so-called smart meter on his property.
Columbia Gas Customers Need To Opt Out Again To Stay Off Mailing ListsAttention Columbia Gas customers! There's a letter in your mailbox you do not want to ignore, especially if you don't want to be solicited by other natural gas suppliers.
Pennsylvania To Reconsider Record $11.4M Fine Against UberPennsylvania utility regulators have voted to reconsider the record-setting $11.4 million fine they imposed on ride-hailing company Uber.