Small businesses get help choosing power providers

Written by Craig Layne and Radio Pennsylvania | Nov 25, 2012 7:15 AM
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(Harrisburg) -- Small businesses wanting to choose their power supplier are getting some help from the state Public Utility Commission.

The PUC has updated its small business section of the PA Power Switch Website.

Spowkeswoman Denise McCracken says business owners now can use the site the same way residential customers can.

"You can not only just see the list of suppliers available to you in your territory, but you're also going to see the most updated pricing and any type of options these companies are offering whether it be special incentives, renewable energy, sign on benefits," McCracken says.

She says updated electricity prices will be posted next month.

In the meantime, McCracken says some suppliers have their estimated price availablemm so customers can get a head start on shopping.

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