Another Retail Supplier Dropping Customers To Default Service, Exiting New York Market
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North American Power & Gas, LLC (NAPG), "has
determined that it will no longer serve the New York market and, as such, it has begun undertaking the
steps necessary to return its remaining customers to full utility service," the company said in a filing
North American Power & Gas said that the amount of its New York customers is less than the threshold given in Section 5.H.3. of the Uniform
Business Practices (UBP). Section 5.H.3. provides that no ESCO shall transfer 5,000 or more customers during a billing cycle to full
utility service, unless it provides no less than 60 calendar days’ notice to the
distribution utility and Department of Public Service.
timing of the customer notice and drop requests, NAPG anticipates that all of its New York customers will be returned to utility sales
service by August 15, 2022.