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Energy Rate Increasing

Black Hills Energy submitted a regulatory rate review proposal to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission requesting a net increase of $8.9 million to recover costs related to the new 40-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant, the final infrastructure investment needed to fulfill obligations under the Colorado Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act, which the Colorado legislature enacted in 2010.

As proposed, typical residential bills are expected to increase by $4.99 per month (4.78 percent) based on an average use of 600 kilowatt-hours. Typical small-business customers’ bills would increase by $17.31 per month (4.37 percent) based on an average use of 2,300 kilowatt-hours.

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