Video showcase: This week's Washington General Rate Case Filing   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Electricity, Oregon, Rates

Video showcase
Post by Dan Kolbet

WA electric rate case components
We created the above videos to help showcase some of the projects and pieces of infrastructure that are included in our recent rate filing in Washington. These filings can be complicated and I personally like seeing the visuals.

The first video, called Reliability and the Cost of Your Energy, focuses on infrastructure, which means ensuring you have reliable power. There are also videos that feature renewable hydropower projects at Nine Mile Falls and Noxon Rapids dams.

I also included a video I shot last year near Potlatch, Idaho. It isn’t directly tied to the Washington rate case, but it shows the extent a wind event can have on Avista’s infrastructure. The audio quality is pretty terrible thanks to the wind, so hang in there when you watch it.

Also in there is a video that explains how general rate cases work. And a safety video about how we work with first responders and natural gas.

The graphic to the right shows how the proposed Washington electric increase breaks down. We don’t have a graphic for the natural gas portion of the case, but a good deal of it is to recover the cost of a portion of the gas stored in the Jackson Prairie Storage facility.

If you have any questions about the rate case, send us an e-mail.
Posted by  System Account  on  5/19/2011
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