We Energies' revised electric rate proposal shifts more costs to residential customers



Residential electric bills could go up more than expected in southeast Wisconsin next year under a new rate proposal submitted this week by We Energies.

The company is now seeking a 13% increase in the rate for its residential customers pay for electricity, according to a recent filing in its rate case before the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. The $14.61 per month increase is more than double the utility's initial request of $6 a month. It would increase the average residential electric bill $175 a year.


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