Minnesota consumers will pay $600M in extra costs from February 2021 storm

August 11, 2022

Star Tribune

Mike Hughlett

Minnesota utility regulators Thursday faulted the state’s gas providers for their response to a February 2021 storm, prohibiting them from passing down nearly $60 million in costs to consumers.

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2 Responses to "Minnesota consumers will pay $600M in extra costs from February 2021 storm"

  1. L.H. Posted on August 12, 2022 at 7:44 pm

    So what next?
    Do we as consumers have to pay for for the mistakes of MN utilities?
    This not fair and the govenor must act!
    This is not a customer issue………….

  2. S.D. Posted on August 16, 2022 at 10:03 am

    $600M is a staggering amount. Add that to the increase in property taxes and I don’t know who is going to be able to afford to live in MN.

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