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WPSC seeks gas, electric rate hikes

Utility requests increases to cover capital spending, maintenance costs

8:04 PM, Mar. 30, 2013
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After several years of stable rates, Wisconsin Public Service Corp. is seeking a 7.4 percent increase in electric and a 5.6 percent increase in natural gas rates in an application filed Friday.

If approved as submitted to the Wisconsin Public Service Commission, the average residential customer would pay $5.78 more per month for electricity and $3.64 more monthly for natural gas if new rates are applied equally to all customer classes, according to the Green Bay-based utility.

Since 2009, electric rates have increased only once, by 0.44 percent in 2011. Natural gas rate decreases in four ...

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