New York PSC Grants Extension To ESCO Concerning Prior Order To Return Customers To Default Service; ESCO Has Sought Rehearing Of PSC's Prior Directive
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The Secretary of the New York PSC has issued an order extending the deadline by which Josco Energy Corp. must comply with a prior PSC order which revoked Josco's eligibility as an ESCO and which had ordered the return of Josco's customers to default service within 60 days of a May 18 order
Josco has sought rehearing of such PSC decision, and in doing so had requested a stay of the order, including a stay of the revocation and return of customers to default service.
Subsequently, Josco sought an extension of the deadline to comply with the order, noting that, to date, neither the Secretary nor the
Commission have ruled or taken any other action on the rehearing petition.
In response, the PSC's Secretary granted Josco an extension to comply with the directives set forth in the May order
"The extension granted by this ruling will run until such time as the Commission issues its decision in response to the [rehearing] Petition, and it is anticipated that the Commission will address any remaining compliance issues, as needed, when it issues such decision," the Secretary stated