For the last year, Mon Power and Potomac Edison customers across West Virginia have been receiving confusing estimated electric bills that have resulted in month after month of overpayments and have kept customers in the dark about how much they really owe the power companies.

After months of complaints filed by Mon Power and Potomac Edison rate payers, the West Virginia Public Service Commission finally began an investigation of the companies' meter reading and billing practices.

The Coalition for Reliable Power, a statewide organization dedicated to educating citizens about our electrical system, will be sponsoring a public information meeting at the Community Building at the Arnoldsburg Park in Arnoldsburg at 7:00 pm today, to help Mon Power customers understand what has been going on with their electric bills and to explain how to get involved in the WV PSC investigation process.

Bring your own electric bill to the meeting, because the Coalition will provide explanations about how Mon Power calculates your bill and PSC rules about meter reading and estimated bills.

See www.forreliablepower.com

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