Ohio Consumers Could Face a Catch-22

My latest feature at Midwest Energy News focuses on pending state court cases that could leave Ohio consumers out of luck in rate reviews.

The Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center is home to the Supreme Court of Ohio and its affiliated offices, the Ohio Court of Claims, and the Ohio Judicial Conference. Image courtesy of the Ohio Supreme Court.

The Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center is home to the Supreme Court of Ohio and its affiliated offices, the Ohio Court of Claims, and the Ohio Judicial Conference. Image courtesy of the Ohio Supreme Court.

Ohio coal-price case could leave consumers out of luck

A case before the Ohio Supreme Court could leave the state’s ratepayers with no way to recover unreasonable utility overcharges.  Read more…

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