- A New England State had many interruptible accounts with very high costs. The interruptible rate was linked directly to fuel prices, which were much higher than natural gas.
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- Since the State was paying a higher cost for less service, we helped the State switch accounts from an interruptible to a firm rate, which also made accounts more appealing to third-party suppliers.
- These accounts, broken out separately from other firm accounts in the auction, drew the most competitive prices from bidders, and included a rebate to the account when the supplier interrupts the account.