Renewable Water Resources, with customers in Greenville, Pickens and Anderson counties, plans to raise its base and volume rates for all 126,000 customers.
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Dominion Energy is fighting state officials over an estimated $442 million tax bill that is allegedly owed for the failed V.C. Summer nuclear project.
Dominion's decision to "pause" its rate hike request will temporarily delay the company's goal of collecting an extra $178 million per year from its ratepayers, which are scattered around Columbia, Charleston, Orangeburg and Beaufort.
Attorneys for environmental groups, large manufacturing companies and two state agencies are currently in the process of picking apart the rate hike request from Dominion, which took over S.C. Electric & Gas last year.
Dominion Energy customers will get another opportunity to weigh in on the utility's newly proposed rate hike, which could increase the monthly power bills for 753,000 ratepayers in South Carolina starting next year.
Utility regulators on the Public Service Commission scheduled three virtual hearings to allow Dominion's roughly 753,000 electric ratepayers in the state to voice their opinions.
The request would raise the monthly bill for a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatts by about $9.68.
The proposed hike is expected to be significant, since the utility could seek to charge customers for up to eight years' worth of unrecovered investments and higher operating costs, dating back to when the utility was known as South Carolina Electric and Gas.
The Public Service Commission surprisingly sided with regulators over Dominion Energy in a recent ruling. Could this lead to help saving Charleston trees?
The S.C. Public Service Commission has scheduled a hearing on Kiawah Island to receive public input on a proposed 25 percent hike in water and…