New York PSC Revokes ESCO's Eligibility
September 15, 2023 Email This Story Copyright 2010-23 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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The New York PSC revoked the eligibility of Light Power & Gas of NY LLC ("Light Power") to operate as an energy service company (ESCO) after the PSC found that Light Power violated UBP §2.D.1 by failing to file an annual compliance filing.
Section 2.D.1 of the UBP requires ESCOs to submit by January 31 of each year (1) a statement that the information and attachments in its Retail Access eligibility form and application are current; or (2) a description of revisions to the RAAF and a copy of the revised portions or, at the ESCO’s option, a copy of the revised portions identifying the revisions by highlighting or other means; and (3) an officer certification document, as required by Section 2.B.1.
The PSC said that Light Power did not file any documents for the 2023 filing as required by UBP §2.D.1.
The PSC said in its order that Light Power failed to respond to several Department of Public Service inquiries and an NOAV letter concerning the non-filing of the form, and said that Light Power did not respond to a formal show cause order previously issued by the PSC concerning the matter
The PSC said that data reported by the utilities indicates that Light Power does not currently serve any customers.