Retail Energy Supply Association Hosting Complimentary Webinar On Pennsylvania Retail Choice (March 9); 25th Anniversary & Future Retail Market Initiatives
March 4, 2021 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA), noting the 25-year anniversary of retail energy choice in Pennsylvania, will be hosting a webinar on March 9 that will focus on several aspects of the retail choice program over its 25-year journey in Pennsylvania, including a discussion of future retail market initiatives
Former Chairman of the Pennsylvania PUC, Rob Powelson, will be the keynote speaker at the event. After his remarks, he will moderate a panel of industry experts to discuss the history and intent behind the passage of this legislation, consumer protections developed by the Commission, suppliers’ role in the retail marketplace, how consumers can shop and compare offers, Pennsylvania’s triumph of market-based public policy, and more.
Panelists will include:
• Dan Mumford, Director, Office of Competitive Market Oversight - Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
• Kristina Montgomery, Director of Retail Policy, Vistra Corp.
• Richard Spilky, Principal, Retail Analytics, Constellation
• Tony Cusati, Director of Regulatory Affairs, IGS Energy and Chairman of the Pennsylvania caucuses of the Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA)
"Millions of electricity customers have made their own choices on their suppliers and have saved money, purchased renewable products and explored innovative new offers and plans," said Tony Cusati, the chair of Pennsylvania at RESA. "Although these are impressive numbers, it only represents 24% of the eligible customers that can shop for a competitive energy provider. Our goal is to continue to educate consumers on the various plans and options that are available to them so they can make the best choice for their needs and individual energy circumstances."