New York - A02197 - 2023

Requires that a billing statement delivered to the customer by an energy services company include a side-by-side comparison showing both the price charged by the energy service company for commodity and delivery service during the prior billing period, and the price the customer would have paid had they taken commodity and delivery service from their local utility corporation or municipality; requires an energy service company to provide each of its customers with an annual statement comparing the price charged by the energy service company for commodity and delivery services and other energy-related value-added products over the prior twelve-month period with the price such customer would have paid had they taken commodity and delivery service from their local utility corporation or municipality.

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Regulatory

Added On: 12-05-2023
Updated On: 01-17-2024
Status: Passed One Chamber
Primary Sponsor: Jeffrey Dinowitz (Democratic)





Companion Bills (1)

Actions (12)

  • 01-23-2023 - referred to energy
  • 04-25-2023 - reported
  • 04-27-2023 - advanced to third reading cal.158
  • 06-07-2023 - REFERRED TO RULES
  • 06-07-2023 - delivered to senate
  • 06-07-2023 - passed assembly
  • 01-03-2024 - ordered to third reading cal.68
  • 01-03-2024 - RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
  • 01-03-2024 - DIED IN SENATE
  • 01-17-2024 - passed assembly
  • 01-17-2024 - delivered to senate
  • 01-17-2024 - REFERRED TO CONSUMER PROTECTION

Votes (2)

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Passed
04-25-2023Assembly Energy Committee: FavorableHouse1151yes
06-07-2023Assembly Floor Vote - Final PassageHouse14262yes

Sponsors (5)