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Wed January 7, 2004
"Choice Gas" Does Little For Consumers
Cheyenne, WY – The state's consumer advocate believes "Choice Gas" has done little for consumers. K-N Energy has offered the fixed-rate plan saying it allows consumers to keep a locked-in rate and not be subject to the ups and downs of the market. But Wyoming Consumer Advocate Bryce Freeman says if customers had not locked in a rate and kept was is called the pass-on rate, they would have spent less on their utility bills to date. Freeman expects that will be the case in the near future. He notes gas companies have made money from the "Choice Gas" program. Freeman says if the Wyoming Public Service Commission opens up the issue for debate this year, he'll recommend eliminating the program.