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Rocky Mountain Power seeks $14.6M annual rate cut in Utah

Mar 20, 2017 - SNL Energy Finance Daily

Rocky Mountain Power is proposing a $14.6 million electric rate decrease with the Utah Public Service Commission for its customers.

Average customers consuming 698 kWh monthly are expected to see a decrease of $6.96 in their annual electricity bill, according to a March 16 release.

The total consists of the difference between Rocky Mountain Power's actual and projected fuel costs and electricity purchases, as well as the difference between the actual and projected revenues from renew...