Throughout the regulatory process, the Black Hills Energy rate request has undergone extensive review by the Colorado PUC, Commission Staff, the Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel and interveners, including the Pueblo Board of Water Works, the City of Pueblo and Fountain Valley Authority.With implementation of the new rates on Jan. 1, 2012, a typical Black Hills Energy residential customer in southern Colorado using 600 kilowatt hours of power each month will pay approximately $17.50 more per month, or about $0.58 per day, and typical small-business customers using 2,300 kilowatt hours per month will pay approximately $63.78 more per month. The increase experienced by Black Hills Energy's large commercial and industrial customers in Colorado will vary depending on rate class and the amount and nature of their electricity use. Black Hills Energy currently serves approximately 94,000 customers in southern Colorado.
Black Hills Energy Receives Approval From The Colorado PUC To Implement New Electric Service Rates
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