PUC to Investigate Rate Increase Request by Leatherstocking Gas Company
Published on 8/4/2022
Filed under: Gas
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today voted to suspend and investigate a general base rate increase request by Leatherstocking Gas Company LLC (Leatherstocking).
The Commission voted 3-0 to investigate Leatherstocking’s rate increase request – which was filed with the Commission on July 1, 2022, and proposes an annual increase in total gas revenues of $701,200 (32.35%). The total bill for a typical residential customer using 79 Ccf would increase from $169.82 to $226.19 per month (approximately 33.2%).
The request is suspended for up to seven months and will be assigned to the Office of Administrative Law Judge for a recommended decision. A final decision by the Commission is due by April 1, 2023. More information on the ratemaking process is available on the PUC’s website.
Leatherstocking provides natural gas service to approximately 450 residential and commercial gas customers in Susquehanna County.
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Docket No.: R-2022-3032764
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