Salt Lake Tribune
August 9, 2017
Hearings regarding a controversial Rocky Mountain Power proposal to restructure electrical rates for customers who use rooftop solar began Wednesday, despite the promise of ongoing settlement talks.
More than 100 individuals lined up to speak at Wednesday afternoon’s standing room only hearing before the Public Service Commission, which is tasked with deciding whether it will allow Rocky Mountain Power to implement a three-part rate structure with the potential to dramatically increase monthly power bills for some of the company’s net metering customers.
Read the full story here.