Can I select my own electric provider?

No. The Borough serves the customers within the municipal boundaries, as permitted by Act 138 of 1996, the Electric Utility Industry Restructuring Legislation. Act 138 prohibits other suppliers from entering the Borough, as long as we don't to serve customers outside the Borough limits.

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1. Can I select my own electric provider?
2. How often does the Borough estimate my electric usage?
3. Must I pay a security deposit to open an account?
4. Who do I call when I have a question concerning my electric utility bill?
5. How do I go about connecting a new electric meter service?
6. Can I rent a security light from the Borough?
7. What do I have to do to upgrade my electric service?
8. Who is responsible to inspect electric connections?
9. When I move into or out of the Borough, does someone read my meter?
10. Who do I contact if I do not have power?
11. Who do I contact to locate underground wires?
12. Does the Borough generate electricity?
13. Are my electric rates subject to approval by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission?
14. Where can I get help if I can't pay?
15. Who do I call to report a street light that is not working?