Brat's comment history

Brat said...

E.P.B. is owned by the City Of Chattanooga . Let Your Voice Be Heard. Alert News Media, Newspapers and TV. File A Petition. File A Complaint. E.P.B. is a member of the Chamber Of Commerce and the BBB . Also File Complaints To : T.V.A. Public Utilities Commission . Tennessee Regulatory Authority . F.E.R.C. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission . D.O.E. United States Dept. Of Energy . The DOE is serious about people trying to save on energy.

The Major Complaints Are: Poor Customer Service, They do not answer their phones, They do not respond back after complaints, High Bills, Rate Increases, Meters, Especially the New Digital Meters that customers can not read the usage by the seconds. How can you tell what is using that electricity now when you turn off the main breakers because the new digital meters won't show you a decrease/increase by the minute or second like you could see with that dial? MAYBE THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW! PLEASE PEOPLE, LET'S DO SOMETHING NOW!

January 21, 2011 at 5:47 p.m.
Brat said...

My bill for this past month was over $700.00. It has never been over $300.00 in my entire life of paying bills at anywhere I have ever lived in the past 30 years. EPB has a monopoly on electricity, but we all still need to file complaints with them, TVA, Dept. of Energy, and every government agency that regulates them. Does anyone know all of the government agencies that we can file complaints to? Has anyone started a petition yet? How many of you just had the new digital meters installed that you can't read the kilowatts per minute or second like you could on the meters with the dial? This is a major problem! NOW you can't even tell what is using the most electricity in your home!!!

January 21, 2011 at 4:03 p.m.

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