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Yesterday, the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) placed a notice in a local daily scheduling public hearing on the matter as discussed in the Cost of Service Study in the Supply of Petroleum Products (COSSOP) commissioned in July 2017.
In April 2018, a cost of service study was completed and a new rate structure was implemented, effective July 1, 2018.
I requested a copy of the utility's cost of service study, but Matt Michel, the new general manager, denied my request for an emailed copy and said I could drive to Lane Electric's headquarters (a 115-mile round trip) if I wanted see it.
Every four years, NHEC conducts or updates a cost of service study (COSS), which we use to evaluate our rates and fees.
GAO found that State's most recent cost of service study, which estimated passport execution costs, lacked documentation of key decisions.
A new cost of service study will be part of the rate request, he said in a news release.
The second step in the development of rates is the determination of class revenue requirements--determining if each rate class is "pulling its own weight." This is accomplished through a cost of service study. While the board typically should not be involved in detailed development of the cost of service study, the general process should be discussed and understood.
The results of the cost of service study were presented to the City Council in July 1993.
These utilities commonly conduct a cost of service study in connection with rate adjustments to ensure that utility rates are properly related to the cost of providing the service.
The last rate package included a full cost of service study.