The last year has been pretty sweet for PPL Electric Utilities customers.
PPL has cut its rates five times because it’s been able to obtain power at ever-cheaper prices and pass those better deals onto its customers.
But while the cost of obtaining power accounts for about two-thirds of the total bill, there’s a smaller, yet significant chunk.
It’s the cost of delivering that power to your door.
And now PPL wants to charge extra for providing that service, enough to negate some of that recent relief.