PA – Pike County Light and Power

Case: R-2020-3022135
Initial Filing Date: 10/26/2020
Summary: 24.7% revenue increase requested
Effective Date: 7/28/2021
Status: Pending
Type: Electric

 

Pike County Light and Power has filed a petition with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission requesting an increase of $1.93 million, or 24.7%, in total electric revenues. Effective July 28th, 2021, this increase will affect all customers taking service in the state of Pennsylvania.

To understand the impact on the average customer’s monthly bills, the proposed new rates can be seen in their entirety here. To see our breakdown, see below for a simplified view of the changes:

 

 

Residential customers using 674 kWh per month would increase from $103.90 to $121.90 per month, or by 17.3%.

SC2 primary customers using 105,514 kWh per month would Increase from $9,958.27 to $11,225.55 per month, or by 12.7%.

SC2 secondary demand customers using 3,308 kWh per month would Increase from $450.61 to $552.89 per month, or by 22.7%.

SC2 secondary non-demand customers using 532 kWh per month would Increase from $70.46 to $87.59 per month, or by 24.3%.

Lastly, to stay up-to-date on the approval status and to view any other documents submitted in relation to this rate case, the case summary for Pike County Light and Power’s docket can be found on the Commission’s website here.

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