Energy Retailer Fined for “Slamming” Coop Members

The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) fined Starion Energy (Starion), a Connecticut energy retailer, based on a number of state law violations.  The $350,000 fine was based on, among other violations, the PSC’s finding that Starion had committed 122 “slamming” violations, which is the practice of enrolling or re-enrolling a customer without his permission, against Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative’s members.  See SoMDNews for full coverage of this story.

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