APS rate hike shocks customers; loophole could allow rate rehearings
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Arizona Public Service Co. customers are reporting much higher bills than expected after the state’s utility regulators allowed the company to raise rates in mid-August.
APS had projected that the average residential bill would increase approximately $6 a month, or 4.5 percent. But some customers are saying their bills increased significantly more than $6.
“This is literally taking food directly out of my mouth,” Phoenix customer Ron Geddling wrote to the regulators after getting his first new bill. “This is... read more
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