Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Glacial Energy of Pennsylvania has been serving the needs of its energy customers in Pennsylvania for over three years. On April 5, 2012, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement filed a formal complaint against Glacial Energy of Pennsylvania seeking to revoke its license to serve energy customers, Case No. C-2012-2297092. In short, the Complaint alleged that Glacial Energy of Pennsylvania failed to provide complete information in its application for an electric generation supplier license, in violation of the Public Utility Code.
We are very pleased to announce that in an initial decision, Administrative Law Judge David Salapa ruled in favor of Glacial Energy of Pennsylvania, denying the Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement’s complaint.
Citing the initial decision of the Administrative Law Judge:
“Glacial provided the information in its application required by the Public Utility Code and Commission regulations. The Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement has not alleged any facts stating that the information Glacial Energy provided in its application is inaccurate. Since no factual issue pertinent to the resolution of this case exists, a hearing is unnecessary. Granting Glacial’s motion for summary judgment is appropriate in these circumstances.”
Glacial Energy is pleased that the judge has determined that no hearing is necessary in this matter, and we are confident that the Commission will ultimately agree with the judge’s findings. Thank you to all of our customers for their continued support.
About Glacial Energy
Glacial Energy is one of the fastest growing national retail energy suppliers in the United States, currently supplying electricity and natural gas to residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional customers in deregulated states throughout the country. Visit http://www.glacialenergy.com/ for more information on switching to Glacial Energy as your alternative electric and natural gas supplier.