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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 20-804



Default Service Plan; Prehearing Conference

[50 Pa.B. 3094]
[Saturday, June 20, 2020]

P-2020-3019907. UGI Utilities, Inc. Petition of UGI Utilities, Inc. electric division for approval of default service plan for the period June 1, 2021, through May 31, 2025.

 Formal protests, petitions to intervene and answers must be filed in accordance with 52 Pa. Code (relating to public utilities) on or before July 10, 2020. Filings must be made electronically through efiling to the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, 400 North Street, Harrisburg, PA 17120, with a copy served on the petitioner and a copy provided to Administrative Law Judge Dennis Buckley at Individuals can sign up for free efiling with the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (Commission) through the Commission's efiling system at

 The documents filed in support of the petition are available for inspection through the Commission's web site at by searching under the previously listed docket number or by searching the applicant's web site.

Applicant: UGI Utilities, Inc. Electric Division

By and Through Counsel: Anthony D. Kanagy, Esquire, 17 North Second Street, 12th Floor, Harrisburg, PA 17101-1601

Prehearing Conference

 An initial prehearing conference on the previously-captioned case will be held as follows:

Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Time: 10 a.m.
Presiding: Administrative Law Judge Dennis J. Buckley
400 North Street, 2nd Floor West
Harrisburg, PA 17120

 At the previously listed date and time, individuals must call into the hearing. If individuals fail to do so, their case will be dismissed. Individuals will not be called by the Presiding Officer.

 To participate in the hearing, individuals must:

 • Dial the toll-free number.

 • Enter the following PIN number when instructed to do so.

 • Speak the individual's name when prompted.

 The telephone system will connect callers to the hearing.

 Toll-free bridge number: (877) 920-7184

 PIN number: 57338450

 For any witnesses individuals want to have present during the hearing, the individual must provide them with the telephone number and PIN number.

 Attention: Individuals may lose the case if they do not come to this hearing and present facts on the issues raised.

 For any hearing exhibits to which individuals will refer during the hearing, one copy must be e-mailed to the Presiding Officer at and one copy each must be sent to every other party. All copies must be received at least 5 business days before the hearing.

 Individuals must e-mail the Presiding Officer with a copy of any document they file in this case.

 Individuals representing themselves are not required to be represented by an attorney. All others (corporation, partnership, association, trust or governmental agency or subdivision) must be represented by an attorney. The representing attorney should file a Notice of Appearance before the scheduled hearing date.

 Individuals who require an interpreter to participate in the hearings, the Commission will make every reasonable effort to have an interpreter present. E-mail in the Office of the Administrative Law Judge at the Commission at least 10 business days prior to the hearing to submit their request.

 • Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service number for persons who are deaf or hearing-impaired: (800) 654-5988

 The Commission offers a free eFiling Subscription Service which allows users to automatically receive an e-mail notification whenever a document is added, removed or changed on the Commission's web site regarding a specific case. Instructions for subscribing to this service are on the Commission's web site at


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 20-804. Filed for public inspection June 19, 2020, 9:00 a.m.]

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