Idaho rate case workshop dates announced for late June   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Idaho, Rates, Events, Answering Questions

Post by Dan Kolbet

Back in March Avista filed for electric and natural gas rate increases in Idaho (and Washington). The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has up to seven months from the initial filing to make a ruling on our request.

One of the important steps in this transparent process is for the commission to hear from you directly. Today the commission announced public workshops where commission staff will provide customers an overview of our rate request application and answer questions. Avista representatives will also be on hand for the workshop.

The workshops are Monday night, June 28, at the Brammer Building, 1225 Idaho St., in Lewiston and Tuesday, June 29, in the student union building on the North Idaho College campus, 1000 W. Garden Ave., in Coeur d’Alene. Both workshops begin at 7 p.m.
 
Tell me more about Avista’s Idaho general rate request filed in March.

What about Washington?
Public hearings/workshops have not yet been announced by the WUTC, but we’ll keep you posted when the information is available.
 
Tell me more about Avista’s Washington general rate request filed in March.
 
 
 
Posted by  System Account  on  6/16/2010
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