Portland General Electric Company (PGE) is asking the Oregon Public Utility Commission for a general rate increase of 4.6 percent, or $81.5 million a year.
As proposed, a typical residential customer who uses 840 kilo-watt hours per month (kWh) would see their bill increase by about five dollars.
The Commission will hold a public comment hearing on the request to give members of the public an opportunity to weigh in:
DATE: May 29, 2014
TIME: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Jefferson High School Cafeteria
5210 N. Kerby
Portland, OR 97217
Customers of PGE and other interested persons may appear to provide comments to the Commissioners and the Administrative Law Judge presiding over the rate case. Members of Commission Staff and representatives of PGE will also be available to answer individual questions. Because the purpose of these meetings is to take comments from the public, there will be no formal presentations.
Can't attend? You can provide comments in writing to:
Attn.: UE 283
Administrative Hearings Division
Public Utility Commission of Oregon
PO Box 1088
Salem, OR 97308-1088