Wisconsin Energy is promising not to raise gas bills for two years if it’s allowed to take over the parent of Peoples and North Shore Gas, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Illinois state regulators and a consumer watchdog group were looking at a $9 billion deal for the sale of two local natural gas suppliers to a utility company in Wisconsin.
Joseph Pusateri tells his story and explains why Peoples Gas customers across Illinois should be furious because of what he says he was told to do by his boss. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
The Citizens Utility Board condemned the cost increase to customers.
Has your heating bill gone way up the last few months? Especially compared to last year? There’s a reason for that. Actually, there are many reasons, and not all of them have to do with the terrible cold that’s caught Chicago in a mercilessly frigid headlock.
Many of us are paying the price for trying to stay warm in this prolonged cold spell. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports on what led to this cold crisis.
It happened not once, not twice but three times this week alone, CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Peoples and North Shore Gas are seeking a combined $88 million rate increase.
The Illinois Commerce Commission has approved a $2.3 million refund for Peoples Gas customers.
An elderly West Side woman who has hit with a $44,000 gas bill, has been offered a payment plan from the utility.
She was told People’s Gas needed to replace her meter. That’s where her nightmare began. Her gas was cut off and, on Wednesday, she got a new bill for more than $44,000, accused of stealing gas.
A utility watchdog group says a combination of factors could lead to big savings on your natural gas bills this winter.
State regulators have approved a rate hike for Peoples Gas, although it’s only about half as big as the natural gas provider was seeking.
The Illinois Commerce Commission has approved a rate hike for Peoples Gas, but not as much as the company wanted.
A Peoples Gas employee has been fired after breaching customer information that could be used for identity theft.
For the last six months, Chicago residents have been paying more for natural gas, but that is about to end.
Faced with a rate increase, the assistant Illinois Attorney General is stepping into the debate, saying residents should not have to pay more on their home heating bills this winter.
Emergency crews have secured a large gas leak outside a Streeterville neighborhood hotel on Thursday.
Peoples Gas customers may see a spike in their bills next year after the company asked the state to approve a 10% delivery charge increase for Chicago customers and a 3% hike for those in the northeastern suburbs.