PA – Pike County Light and Power

Case: R-2020-3022134
Initial Filing Date: 10/26/2020
Summary: 16.0% revenue increase requested
Effective Date: 7/28/2021
Status: Settled
Type: Gas



Pike County Light and Power has filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission requesting an increase in gas revenues of $262,200, or 16.0%. Effective July 28th, 2021, this increase will affect all customers taking service in the state of Pennsylvania.

Residential Heating customers will be facing a monthly increase to their bills of 19.7%. For Non-Heating Residential customers, they will see an increase of 20.7%. General Service customers will see an increase of 1.4%, and lastly, Commercial Space Heating customers can expect an increase of 2.3%. Refer to our chart below so see what the average bill will now look like for each customer class:



To see the filing submitted by Pike County Light and Power in its entirety, it can be found here. To stay up to date on the approval status, and to see any other documents submitted in reference to this rate case, the docket can be found at the Commissions site here.

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