Arizona Corporation Commission To Consider Rule Prohibiting Summer Power Shut-Offs
Arizona utility regulators today are expected to consider a proposal that would prohibit utilities from shutting off customers’ power during the summer.
The discussion comes in the wake of the revelation in Phoenix New Times that a Sun City West woman died after her power was cut. She owed around $50 to APS.
Authorities are calling the woman’s death heat-related.
With us now to talk about what this new proposed rule would do is Ryan Randazzo of The Arizona Republic.