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By Karla Pomeroy

Rocky Mountain Power seeks annual rate decrease for Wyoming customers


April 18, 2017

WORLAND — Rocky Mountain Power has asked the Wyoming Public Service Commission for a rate decrease for customers totaling $16.2 million. For the average residential customer using 733 kilowatt hours per month, this will mean a decrease of approximately $15.36 annually.

“When customers’ rates are set, they include the costs of electricity such as fuel and wholesale electricity purchases. These costs fluctuate, so there is a method to adjust rates for our customers. This proposed decrease is the result of an annual filing and, if approved by the Wyoming Public Service commission, will...

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