Public Utility Commission
Public Utility Commissioner James Cawley ripped PGW as being essentially beyond regulation.
The Public Utility Commission’s enforcement staff and PGW have reached a tentative $500,000 settlement on alleged violations stemming from a deadly gas explosion in the city’s Tacony section in January 2011.
Power industry officials say they have installed new technology aimed at combating the danger of overheating linked to new electric meters in homes served by PECO.
This Thursday at Drexel University, the public is invited to a discussion of alternatively fueled vehicles being hosted by the Public Utility Commission.
It is easier than ever today to open up a moving company with the help of websites like Craigslist.
Mayor Nutter next week is expected to make public a consultant’s study on whether the city could — and should — sell the Philadelphia Gas Works.
The chairman of the Public Utility Commission gives Pennsylvania utilities – and PECO in particular – high marks for its response to recent major storms.