APS’ $95M Rate Hike Will Get a Second Look After Customers Protest
January 5, 2018 | azcentral.com — State utility regulators will review their August decision to grant a $95 million rate hike to the state’s biggest electric company thanks to a petition filed Wednesday with the Arizona Corporation Commission.
The five elected Corporation Commissioners eventually will decide whether to rehear the case, although Arizona Public Service Co. is likely to seek a dismissal of the complaint.
State regulators voted 4-1 for the rate hike, which the company described as a 4.5 percent increase that would raise the average household’s monthly bill by $6 to about $142.
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