$38 Million Man: New York Resident Shocked by Massive Electric Bill

A resident of a 600-square-foot apartment in Astoria, Queens, took to Twitter to resolve a mind-boggling $38 million ConEd electric bill

State to Investigate PG&E’s Safety Culture, Considers Breaking Up Utility

State utility regulators are looking into the possibility of breaking up or even taking over California’s largest utility following renewed scrutiny of Pacific Gas & Electric’s safety culture.

Business Customers Want Utilities to Invest in Non-core Operations

Signaling the need for a shift in utility priorities, 65% of businesses would like their utility to invest in activities that support building local communities and energy consumption management programs, while 62% of businesses do not believe utility investments toward improving reliability or service operations are a priority. These findings are part of the annual 2018 Utility Trusted Brand & Customer Engagement: Business™, a Cogent Reports™ study by Market Strategies International-Morpace.

U.S. Utilities Face Dramatic Change: Here’s How To Succeed At Utility Business Model Reform

Utilities in the United States have adopted new responsibilities, and their century-old business model is struggling to accommodate growing policymaker and customer demands.

Con Ed to spend $270M on MTA work — and you may help pay for it on your electric bill

Con Edison’s customers may be forced to juice up the MTA by covering $270 million worth of repairs to subway electrical systems. That’s the shocking price tag of Con Ed’s work under state order for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing by the company this month

Ameren Illinois: to raise delivery charge for electricity and lower supply cost in 2019

Ameren Illinois plans to raise its electric delivery charges on monthly power bills starting next year.

Con Edison Chairman & CEO John McAvoy to Present at 2018 EEI Financial Conference on November 13

John McAvoy, chairman and chief executive officer of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED), will present an overview of the company at the 2018 Edison Electric Institute Financial Conference on Tuesday, November 13 at 11:15 a.m. (Eastern Time).

PUCO orders all Ohio utilities to file rate reduction cases reflecting lower federal taxes

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio this week ordered utilities under its jurisdiction to file applications to reduce their rates by the end of the year, reflecting the federal corporate tax reduction from 35 percent to 21 percent.