Monthly Archives: October 2014

Utility Project Urges PSC to Investigate Low Phone Subscribership and to Audit Phone Companies

For years the New York Public Service Commission (PSC) has trod a deregulation path in the assumption that telecom competition renders most regulation of telecom utility services unnecessary.   The Utility Project issued a Report in May 2014, It’s All Interconnected: Oversight and Action is Required to Protect Verizon New York Telephone Customers and Expand Broadband Services, questioning that premise, and Read more…

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AARP and Utility Project Reply Comments Highlight Customer Protection, Affordability In NY PSC Revised Energy Vision “REV” Case

AARP and Utility Project Reply Comments filed October 24, 2014 respond to initial comments of other parties on the New York Department of Public Service (DPS) Staff ‘s Track 1 Straw Proposal for “Developing the REV Market” in the New York PSC “Reforming the Energy Vision” or “REV” proceeding. The REV proceeding is a generic Read more…

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