(a) Every electric distribution company that shall charge for the distribution of
electricity to any house, building, tenement, or estate shall conspicuously display
upon the bill or statement for any customer the following information:
(1) The total number of kilowatt hours consumed;
(2) The total cost of distributing the consumer power to the customer;
(3) Transition charges;
(4) Conservation costs;
(5) The total cost of transmitting the consumed power to the appropriate distribution
(6) All applicable credits;
(7) Applicable streetlight rental costs;
(8) Applicable taxes;
(9) The cost of power delivered; and
(10) All other costs, charges, or fees added to the bill or statement.
(b) The electric distribution company shall issue a single bill for electric service
to all customers in its service territory; provided however, that customers of nonregulated
power producers may request that the nonregulated power producers provide separate
bills for electricity supply.
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