Retail Supplier To Cease Serving Customers In Pennsylvania
March 31, 2022 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Capital Energy PA LLC d/b/a Sunrise Power & Gas informed the Pennsylvania PUC that it will cease serving retail energy customers in Pennsylvania, and withdraw its electric and gas supplier licenses
Capital Energy currently serves 43 commercial electric customers in Pennsylvania (all in the PPL service area). Capital Energy states that these customers were acquired through brokers, and has notified such brokers of Capital Energy's forthcoming exit from the market. Capital Energy has also provided customers with 90 days notice of the market exit
"Because those brokers have a financial incentive to retain those customers, it is Capital’s
expectation that most, if not all, of those customers will have engaged in a new contract
prior to any potential transfer to default service," Capital said
If any customers do remain after the applicable notice
period, and Commission approval, Capital would transfer them to default service via an
Capital has no natural gas customers in Pennsylvania.
Capital told the Pennsylvania PUC that since the time of its October 2021 filing concerning the drop of residential customers to default service, "Capital has concluded that it no longer is able to
provide service in Pennsylvania."
A notice sent to customers by Capital Energy states, "[T]he present business climate has forced us to focus on our initiatives in other
Capital Energy PA LLC remains active in other market(s), such as Texas