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Tanya J. McCloskey

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Senior Assistant Consumer Advocat...

Phone: (717) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.org
Local Address:  Harrisburg , Pennsylvania , United States
Office of Consumer Advocate

Employment History

  • Acting Director
    state's Office of Consumer Advocate
  • Lawyer
    state's Office of Consumer Advocate
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But when a utility adds a ..., 26 Aug 2015 [cached]
But when a utility adds a charge outside of a rate case, "it breaks apart this entire process, which has worked very well for decades," said Tanya McCloskey of the Office of Consumer Advocate , an independent monitor of consumer utility issues for the state.
Ms. McCloskey said the Office of Consumer Advocate fought against the notion that those costs met the threshold of volatility, and West Penn ultimately agreed to keep costs within its base rates.
"[Default service] actually provides the ..., 27 Oct 2013 [cached]
"[Default service] actually provides the platform for competition," said Tanya J. McCloskey, acting director of the state's Office of Consumer Advocate.
"We are very concerned," she said.
Utility Automation - Solutions for Utilities, DistribuTECH Conference, 8 Nov 2001 [cached]
Tanya J. McCloskey, a lawyer for the state Office of Consumer Advocate, spoke in defense of the PUC, calling the GPU deal a "delicate balance" between competing interests that spared GPU customers a $316 million rate increase that would have averaged $7 a month per household for 10 years.
GPU initially sought the rate increase to escape a financial pickle it got into after the beginning of electric competition in the late 1990s.Unlike many other state electric utilities, GPU chose to sell all of its generating plants and buy electricity on the spot market, believing wholesale prices would decline.Instead, they rose.
"Isn't GPU asking consumers to pay for a business deal that went bad?"Pellegrino asked.
Acting Pennsylvania Consumer Advocate ..., 1 June 2014 [cached]
Acting Pennsylvania Consumer Advocate Tanya McCloskey said the state's prices have drawn even with the national average after competition began, but they were 15 percent higher in 1996.
In contrast Pennsylvania acting consumer ..., 14 May 2014 [cached]
In contrast Pennsylvania acting consumer advocate Tanya McCloskey said that she did not see "a lot of value" in variable rate products provided to residential customers. Variable rate customers in her state paid as much as $0.44/kWh this winter, with some residents reporting monthly bills in excess of $2,000.
McCloskey said she did not think it was appropriate for 100pc of the risks of wholesale electric prices to fall on residential customers who might not know the risks. She said that if consumer confidence wanes, the markets for competitive products would suffer, noting that 30,000 customers in her state recently switched to their default service providers.
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