Pennsylvania PUC Sets Workshop On Implementing Cost-Effective Customer Data Sharing With Retail Suppliers At Pike County
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The Pennsylvania PUC's Office of Competitive Market Oversight (OCMO) announces that it will host and facilitate a collaborative regarding the implementation of cost-effective customer data sharing in the Pike County Light & Power Company’s (PCL&P) service territory.
The Collaborative meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 1:00 pm via teleconference.
As exclusively reported by EnergyChoiceMatters.com, the PUC previously adopted an order in Pike's default service proceeding directing OCMO to facilitate a collaborative regarding the implementation of cost-effective customer data sharing measures that are fundamentally necessary to ensure a properly functioning competitive retail market in the PCL&P territory, essentially addressing whether EDI or alternatives should be adopted.
To assist OCMO in the preparation of the agenda for the collaborative, stakeholders were invited to submit specific topics within the scope of the issues described in the default service plan settlement they would like to discuss (further detailed here). Stakeholders can also include with their suggested topics a brief explanation of their perspective on their suggested topics.