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Utilities may not charge Minnesotans for entire cost of 2021 winter storm, regulators say

August 11, 2022 Minnesota Reformer Max Nesterak The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission decided Thursday that three of the state’s largest gas utilities may not charge customers for the entire cost of gas during the 2021 winter storm that sent prices surging and froze critical gas infrastructure in Texas and Oklahoma. Related posts: Minnesota consumers will…

Commerce: Cut electric rate hike by 55 percent

July 20, 2022 The Timberjay Marshall Helmberger REGIONAL— Financial analysts with the state’s Department of Commerce (DOC) are recommending a sharp reduction in Minnesota Power’s request for higher electrical rates for its customers in northeastern Minnesota. Read more. Related posts: Public Utilities Commission accepting public comments in writing or at virtual or in-person hearings, July…