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An Indianapolis man is asking for compensation from the Indianapolis Power & Light Company after he says they have been charging him for his neighbor’s electric bill for more then 15 years.
Ron Renforth said he’s lived in the same home for a decade and a half (that’s 15 years). He was first informed by the electric company that his bill was so high because his home was not “energy efficient” so he put 18 inches of insulation in his attic and installed a new furnace and air conditioner and still saw no change in his electric bill.
Renforth tells RTV6 he doesn’t want to take legal action, but he says he will do what he has to in order to get fair treatment. He said he’s also concerned that other residents in his condo complex may have been paying their neighbor’s bill.
originally posted by: Snarl
They should reimburse him for all the upgrades he paid for too.
originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: Snarl
He did the upgrades because if their mistake, your right, seems like the electric co should be held accountable.
originally posted by: jappee
I just thought of something, what happened to the neighbors electric bill??? Free electricity for 15 years is hard not to notice...