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BLM Presents Gateway West Transmission Draft EIS

The possible impact on BLM lands by the proposed Gateway West Transmission line will be discussed this Thursday evening in Douglas.

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Electrical Rate Hike; One Down, Eight To Go

This is a reminder that for many in Wyoming your electric bill will rise  in just a few weeks, with the average household paying about six dollars more a month to Rocky Mountain Power.  It’s less than half what the company wanted, but it comes on the heels of a rate hike less than a year ago

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Power Costs; “Expect Increases For The Next Ten Years Or So.”

 

Final approval of an electrical rate increase by the Wyoming Public Service Commission has come through. Rocky Mountain Power's request, while cut to about half of the original request, means the average customer will pay about $6.50 a

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Rocky Mountain Power Submits Compromise Hike Request [AUDIO]

A compromise electrical rate hike request from Rocky Mountain Power has gone back to the Wyoming Public Service Commission.

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Increased Outages Inflame Resistance To Electricity Increases

Lack of electrical reliability was big on the list of complaints heard by the Wyoming Public Service Commission at a public hearing Thursday in Casper.

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Electric Rate Hike Hearing Thursday

A public hearing on the most recent electricity rate hike request from Rocky Mountain Power takes place Thursday, June 2nd, in Casper.

The Public Service Commission hosts this opportunity to ask questions and make comments.

Rocky Mountain Power's original request was for 98 million. That's been scaled back to about 80-million dollars. The hike could boost residential customer bills by 12 dollars a month. Despite the scale back, Tim Summers, with A-A-R-P Wyoming, says it’s still potentially the largest utility rate hike in state history and comes less than a year after the utility company filed a 71-million dollar rate hike request.

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Electric Rate Hike Reduced [AUDIO]

Rocky Mountain Power has reduced its request to boost electricity rates for its Wyoming customers.

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Consumer Advocates Prep Challenge To Electric Rate Hike [AUDIO]

An on-average 17 % rate increase request by Rocky Mountain Power will have at least 17 parties arguing against it.

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RMP Defends Rate Increase

A local Rocky Mountain Power representative fielded questions from Casper City Council Thursday.  The City of Casper has formally intervened in the last rate increase request of about 17 percent from the utility company.

Leslie Blythe, Customer Community Manager,  for Rocky Mountain Power says her time with Council was a chance to address issues.

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City Intervenes In RMP Rate Request

At Tuesday night's council meeting, the Casper City Council decided to intervene in the discussion between Rocky Mountain Power and the Public Service Commission.

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