Rocky Mountain Power Rate Increase Approved
The Wyoming Public Service Commission approved a $44.6 million rate increase for Rocky Mountain Power's customers.
This will cost the average customer $6.30 more per month beginning September 22nd.
Reduced power costs and changes to federal tax laws are two reasons the price dropped from the original request of $97.9 million.
Rocky Mountain Power says even with the increase, the overall average price will remain among the lowest in the nation.
Rocky Mountain Power services over 130 thousand customers.