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Public Service Commission reconsiders letting utilities bill customers during outages

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Maryland regulators are reconsidering their decision to let Pepco and other electric utilities bill customers for lost revenue during the first 24 hours of a power outage. The state's Bill Stabilization Adjustment, or BSA, is intended to ensure that an electric company collects the revenue authorized by the Public Service Commission as a way to encourage companies to improve energy efficiency,...

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