Electric and Gas

Disruption of these life-sustaining services puts lives at risk. NCLC works on federal and state policies to ensure reasonable rates and protections for low-income households.

Administrative & Regulatory Advocacy

Policy Analysis

Policy Briefs, Reports & Press Releases

Comments and Testimony

  • Public Comment regarding the Madison Gas and Electric Company proposal to increase fixed, monthly residential customer charges from $10.50 per month to $19.00 per month, October 3, 2014
  • Group comments to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission supporting that the wholesale cost of power be just and reasonable, January 8, 2014
  • Testimony re: San Diego Gas and Electric Company's proposal to implement a residential prepaid electric service pilot program, June 12, 2012
  • Comments (Aug. 5, 2011) and Reply Comments (Aug. 26, 2011) of the Iowa Bureau of Energy Assistance regarding Prepaid Meters
  • Comments - Consumer Groups Representing Residential Ratepayers on FERC Technical Conference on RTO Responsiveness, March 8, 2010
  • Comments from Consumer Commenters on FERC RTO/ISO Performance Metrics, March 8, 2010
  • Comment of Low-Income Weatherization and Fuel Assistance Program Network on Smart Grid Pilot, June 15, 2009
  • Testimony: NCLC testimony on prepayment metering submitted on behalf of the Nevada Bureau of Consumer Protection, June 2004
  • Additional Comments to Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy on increasing the penetration rate for discounted electric, gas and phone Service, DTE 01-106, November 2002.
  • Reply Comments to the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy on increasing the penetration rate for discounted electric, gas and phone Service, DTE 01-106, March 2002
  • Initial Comments to Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy on increasing the penetration rate for discounted electric, gas and phone Service, DTE 01-106, January 2002

Letters

Additional Resources