ACC Commissioner Burns considering end of monopolies for Arizona utilities

On Dec. 19, the commission will investigate ending utility monopolies in hopes of lowering customer bills.

By Peter Samore | KTAR  

Imagine utility companies fighting for your business instead of monopolies setting rates in Arizona.

Sound too good to be true?

Arizonans could choose contract lengths and types of energy like solar and wind.

“Any person who uses electricity would be able to purchase the plan that they like,” said Robert Burns, chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission.

On Dec. 19, the commission will investigate ending utility monopolies in hopes of lowering customer bills.

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