Customers of Black Hills Energy will see, on average, another $11.47 on their monthly bills under a settlement agreement. The hike lasts five years.
Kansas regulators have reached an agreement with Black Hills Energy: its residential customers will pay an additional $11.47 each month for five years.
Your natural gas bill will increase this winter as supply issues drive up market prices.
Some groups representing large-scale customers say the state has more work to do investigating the cause of huge natural gas price spikes during February’s winter storm.
Black Hills Energy customers could have to pay another $14.50 per month under two separate rate hikes the company has proposed to Kansas regulators.
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