At its open meeting on February 11, the commission reviewed and discussed the website’s shopping function – called “Shop Compare Choose”– which enables power customers to view and compare the details of competitive retail electric plans from providers that have chosen to list on Power to Choose. If one of the plans is of interest, the customer is directed from the “Shop Compare Choose” page to an individual retail electric provider to complete the transaction.
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