Resistance To Duke Increase In IN

An Indiana agency advises regulators to deny Duke Energy’s request to increase average monthly charges by as much as $23 per customer, countering that fees should instead be lowered. Indiana’s Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, Bill Fine has recommended the utility reduce its average charges by nearly $8 a month. Duke Energy in July asked the state Utility Regulatory Commission to approve a 15% rate increase over two years that would boost its annual revenue by about $395 million.

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