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Report of the Arkansas Public Service Commission on Mandatory Rate Reductions for Electric Utilities
This report addresses whether a rate reduction for residential and small business customers taking service under a standard service package for the duration of freeze periods should be mandated in order to achieve "the lowest possible electric rates."
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Monthly Purchased Gas Adjustor Rates for Arizona Natural Gas Local Distribution Companies
This document is meant to provide natural gas customers in Arizona with information on the monthly change in their rates, related to the changing cost paid by Arizona natural gas local distribution companies for the natural gas commodity. Shown is a table for each Arizona natural gas local distribution company, showing the purchase gas adjustor rate and bank balance amortization rate applicable to each month.
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Idaho Public Utilities Commission Electric Costs Report to the Governor and the Idaho Legislature
Idaho Code 61-338 and 61-339 direct the PUC to obtain information from utilities operating in Idaho concerning the costs of supplying electric energy to their customers separated among utility functions. The information collected reflects existing utility cost structures in which rates are set to recover actual costs and a reasonable rate of return on investment, and costs are fully allocated among the various services provided. Calendar year 1996 or a comparable fiscal year were used for the embedded cost data.
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Natural Gas Price Issues in Ohio
The report outlines the causes of recent price increases in the state, the impact of these increases on customer bills, and the impact of these increases on natural gas choice programs.
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Ohio Utility Rate Survey
The report compares the electric, gas, and telephone bills of residential, commercial, and industrial customers in eight major Ohio cities (Canton, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, Cleveland, Youngstown, and Akron) and eight municipalities (Marietta, Zanesville, Lima, Chillicothe, Ashtabula, Lorain, Marion, and Mansfield).
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Intrastate Switched Access Charges
This report, by the Public Utility Commission of Texas, provides a description of switched access charges and the changes that have occurred in recent years. The report examines whether alternative rate structures for recovery of switched access revenues are in the public interest and competitively neutral, examines whether disparities in rates for switched access service between local exchange companies are in the public interest, and provides recommendations on the issues reviewed and evaluated.
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Residential Electric Rates in Washington
This graph shows the increase (decline) of consumer rates from January 1995 to January 2002 for each of the main electric providers in the state--PSE, Avista, PacifiCorp, Tacoma Power, Snohomish PUD and Seattle City Light.
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Consumer Advocate Division's Annual Report for 2001 and Comparative Residential Rate Study
This report, prepared annually by the Consumer Advocate Division, addresses current utility rates for 17 cities within West Virginia. In addition, rates for some of the largest cities in West Virginia were selected for study over the last ten years, and were compared to rates in surrounding states. The report also includes a review of 2000 regulatory actions.
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