PA – UGI Utilities

Case: R-2021-3030218
Initial Filing Date: 1/28/2022
Summary: 9.1% Residential Service, 1.32% Non Residential Service, 0.24% Delivery Service, 0.78% Large Firm Delivery Service
Effective Date: 10/29/2022
Status: Settled
Type: Gas

On 9/15/2022, The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission approved a joint settlement for substantially smaller natural gas distribution rate increases for customers served by UGI Utilities, Inc. – Gas Division, to be phased in with a two-step process. The first step of an increase of $38 million, effective October 29, 2022 and the second step of an additional increase of $11.45 million, effective October 1, 2023. Under the terms of the settlement, the average bill for a residential customer using 73.1 cubic feet (“Ccf”) per month of natural gas will increase from a current bill of $92.49 per month to $96.93, effective October 29, 2022 – and rise to $98.21, effective October 1, 2023.

That two-step process will result in a total increase in the average bill of $5.71 (6.2%) between now and October 2023, compared to a $9.39 per month (9.5%) increase that was included in UGI’s initial request.

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