TX – Southwestern Public Service

Case: 51802
Initial Filing Date: 2/8/2021
Summary: 5.6% to 11.7% increase for various classes
Effective Date: 9/26/2021
Status: Pending
Type: Electric

 

 

Southwestern Public Service has filed a petition with the Public Utility Commission of Texas seeking approval for a retail base rate revenue requirement of $765,521,011. This represents a base rate increase of $143,365,836, or 23.04%.

SPS’s proposed effective date for this rate change was 35 days after the date of the filing, which was March 15, 2021. The Commission, however, has the authority to suspend the rates for 195 days beyond March 15, 2021 which is September 26,2021.

To see how this increase will impact the average Texan’s monthly bill, refer to this excerpt from the filing below, broken down by rate class:

 

 

In order to stay up to date on all other new documents submitted in regards to this filing, and to see any changes to the approval status, you can view the Commission’s webpage for this docket here.

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