ANNOUNCEMENT: Functions of the IRC protecting the interest of consumers part I

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  1. Just asking
    November 28, 2019

    First I must say the IRC is a good thing to buffer between consumers and electricity(and hopefully rates). Being a layman I have no idea whether someone is trying to pull the wool over our eyes when one cannot simply be clear who is the ‘Service provider’ and who is the ‘company’. I am guessing they will tell us in part 2 then? Why do so many things have overtones of secrecy?

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