Following a week in which PPL reversed a month-long trend of declining residential migration, PPL has again seen a net loss of residential customers on competitive supply, according to the most recent Pennsylvania PUC statistics.
For the period October 2 through October 8, PPL saw a net decrease of 481 residential customers on competitive supply. This compares negatively to the net growth in residential migration of 650 customers from September 25 through October 1, which had been the first net growth in residential migration at PPL in over a month.
Elsewhere, PECO continued its consistent weekly residential migration growth at 2,700 accounts for the most recent week, versus 2,500 a week ago.
Residential migration growth at West Penn Power continues to slow, with growth of 1,000 migrated residential customers in the most recent week, versus growth of 1,400 two weeks ago, and growth in the 4,000-customer range during August.
Growth continues to slow at Penelec as well, which saw net residential migration growth of 650 for the most recent week, versus about 800 a week ago and 2,500 in early September.