Got an old fridge to get rid of? PPL Electric Utilities still will take it, pay you and recycle it.
Want new discount-price CFL bulbs? PPL still will sell them to you.
Hope to get paid for trimming your air-conditioning use next summer? Sorry, those days are gone.
PPL on Friday asked for state approval of its second generation of “E-power” energy-efficiency initiatives.
The 18 measures, subject to the state Public Utility Commission‘s action, are a mix of first-generation carryovers and newcomers.