Solar Decision Postponed, As UniSource Rates And Service Charge Are Hiked by ACC

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) approved both a significant rate hike and a 50 percent increase in the mandatory monthly basic service charge for UniSource Energy’s 95,000 Arizona customers (Docket No. E-04204A-15-0142) on August 11. Meanwhile, proposed fee changes for customer-operators of rooftop solar have been postponed.

UNS Electric Gives Ground on Proposal for Demand Charges

More than a year after its original filing for a rate hike in March 2015, and following considerable pushback from local residents about a mandatory demand charge that stood at the crux of the proposal, UniSource Electric Service (UNS Electric) – which serves nearly 250,000 customers in Arizona – has backed off slightly on its requirements.

Otter Tail Power Files for Higher Electric Rates

Otter Tail Power (OTP) –  an investor-owned electric utility that provides service 61,100  residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Minnesota – filed a request (Docket No. E017/GR-15-1033) on February 16 with the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) for authority to increase retail electric rates in … Read more…

Pardeeville Hikes Homeowner Costs, Offers Large Customers TOD Rates

Residential customers of the Pardeeville Municipal Electric Utility – which serves a village population of 2,000 in Columbia County, Wisconsin – will be paying $5.16 more per month when rates authorized by the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Wisconsin (Docket 4530-ER-104) on January 28 go … Read more…

El Paso Electric Rates, Tossed by City, Go to PUCT and Appeals Court

The City of El Paso, Texas, filed with the Texas Public Utility Commission (PUCT) on December 11 (Docket No.44941) to contest El Paso Electric’s requested rate increase of $71.5 million. The utility had asked for a $69.2 million base rate increase and a $2.3 million … Read more…

NJNG Files Rate Case with Board of Public Utilities

New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) filed a request on November 13 with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) seeking an increase of approximately $148 million to its delivery rates, primarily to cover the cost of constructing, operating, and maintaining its infrastructure. If approved, … Read more…

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