Public Information Session/Public Statement Hearing on the NYS's Public Service Commission's Low-Income Proceeding, Mid-Hudson Region
New York's Public Service Commission wants to hear what Mid-Hudson residents think about proposed improvements to low-income energy programs. There is much that needs to be said!
In January 2015, the Public Service Commission launched a Low-Income Proceeding (Case 140M-0565) to address sky-rocketing utility service terminations (277,000 households as of November 2014) and customer arrears (totaling $756 million). The purpose is to evaluate low-income programs and see how they can be improved.
Join Citizens for Local Power at this important event to support energy affordability and fairness in the Mid-Hudson Region.
- Learn more about this issue from the NYS Energy Democracy Alliance.
- Read and download CLP's talking points on the issue.
- Read the full text of the comments filed by the Energy Democracy Alliance, which includes CLP.
- Review all documents filed in the proceeding and the Department of Public Service Staff Low-Income Report.