Specifically, the draft rule would eliminate the current language stating that, "If a non-residential customer who has elected to purchase generation services from a Competitive Electricity Supplier subsequently returns to SOS, such non-residential customer shall be obligated to remain on SOS for a minimum term of twelve (12) months, provided, that in the case of a non-residential customer who returns to SOS as a result of a default by that non-residential customer’s Competitive Electricity Supplier, such non-residential customer may within a grace period of three full billing cycles thereafter elect to purchase or contract for generation services from another Competitive Electricity Supplier or elect to receive service from the SOS Administrator at Market Price Service rates in which event the minimum term of twelve (12) months does not apply. A Competitive Electricity Supplier default occurs when the PJM Interconnection L.L.C. notifies the PJM members that the Competitive Electricity Supplier is in default."
The draft would also change the current rule to state that, "All customers shall be eligible to switch from SOS to Competitive Electricity Suppliers and return to SOS without restrictions."
Currently, the rule language only provides that "residential" customers shall be eligible to switch from SOS to Competitive Electricity Suppliers and return to SOS without restrictions.