Learn About PPL in Mountain Top
PPL Electric Utilities serves 29 Pennsylvania counties in the Harrisburg, Susquehanna, Lancaster, Central, Northeast and Lehigh regions. PPL in Mountain Top has been an electric provider in Pennsylvania for more than 100 years, making it one of the oldest utilities in the Keystone State. To maintain its approximately 50,000 miles of power lines and about 1 million poles, PPL Electric Utilities employs close to 2,300 workers, making this utility a prominent employer within the communities it delivers power to. Without these employees, PPL would not be able to answer the approximately 2 million customer calls per year.
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How PPL Electric Utilities helps its communities
As seen on its website, PPL, in Mountain Top and its other service territories, was one of the first electric providers in Pennsylvania to provide heating assistance to low-income customers. It does this through its various programs that provide financial assistance and free weatherization services to consumers who qualify. PPL in Mountain Top also provides assistance through corporate and employee donations of around $6 million per year to organizations such as United Way and other agencies that help spur economic and community development.
Remaining a customer of PPL in Mountain Top with a different supplier
As a utility, PPL maintains the electricity distribution system, making it responsible for all infrastructure maintenance and power delivery to consumers' homes or businesses. Since this is the case, no matter where consumers purchase their energy supply from, PPL remains in charge of these services. Any energy consumer in a PPL service area will remain a customer of PPL and be charged the regulated rate for delivery services regardless of where their supply comes from. According to the PPL website, these Mountain Top PPL rates average about $1.50 per day and this electric provider makes this money go a long way to cover all expenses associated with delivery.
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Source: www.ppl.com. Updated: 5-18-15.