AES Ohio Announces Filing Of Default Service Procurement Plan, Would "Protect Our Customers From Volatile Market-Driven Cost Impacts"
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AES Ohio (Dayton Power & Light) issued a news release stating that, today, it filed its latest Electric Security Plan (ESP) with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).
Among other things, ESPs address the procurement, pricing, and related aspects of default service
A copy of the filing was not available from the PUCO docket site, nor from AES Ohio, as of publication time
In the news release, AES Ohio said that the ESP is a comprehensive plan to, among other things, "provide greater safeguards for price stability[.]"
AES Ohio President and Chief Executive Officer Kristina Lund said, among other things, that the ESP would, "protect our customers from volatile market-driven cost impacts."
Of the filing, AES Ohio further said, "Beyond the various requirements of the ESP, AES Ohio is proposing new and innovative programs to help customers save money while meeting their ever-changing energy needs driven by new smart technologies. The plan has energy efficiency programs for residential and low-income customers, which include ways to save by utilizing smart thermostat technology."