Md. Regulator Doesn't Regret Order Allowing Customers To Be Billed For Power Outage

7:15 PM, Jul 19, 2012   |    comments
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WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- We told you earlier about Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley wanting the order that allows Pepco and BGE billing for 24 hours of outage losses reviewed. Thursday, we confronted the Maryland regulator who approved billing customers for revenues lost during the power outage. 

Watch 9News Now's interesting exchange with Maryland Public Service Commission Chairman Douglas Nazarian here. During a talk with 9News Now's Russ Ptacek, Nazarian says he has no regrets for signing the Bill Stabilization Adjustment (BSA) that enables utilities to bill for lost income from disconnected customers.

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If you know about utility wrongdoing, government corruption or waste, e-mail 9 Wants to Know at tips@wusa9.com.


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