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December 28, 2012
11:30 EDTAWKKentucky American Water files rate case with Kentucky PSC
Kentucky American Water filed an application with the Kentucky Public Service Commission requesting a general rate increase for its customers. The request is driven by the approximately $58M in capital investments the company has made since last filing for a rate increase nearly three years ago, in February 2010. The company’s request, if granted in full, would increase the average residential customer rate by $5.76 per month -- from the current average of $32.75 per month to $38.51 per month -- based on an average monthly usage of 4,500 gallons. Even with this proposed increase, the cost of tap water for residential customers would remain at less than one penny per gallon, with the average residential customer receiving a day’s worth of quality tap water for approximately $1.27. Today’s request seeks an increase in total revenue of approximately $12.3M.
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July 31, 2015
18:23 EDTAWKMissouri American Water files rate request
Missouri American Water filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission to adjust rates for water and sewer service in all of the company’s operating districts. Missouri American Water’s last general rate case was approved by the MoPSC in April 2012. The company’s investments in water and sewer system improvements are the primary driver behind this rate request. From January 1, 2012 to January 31, 2016, Missouri American Water will have invested approximately $436M in water and sewer infrastructure statewide. These improvements to local water and sewer plants, pumps and pipes help to enhance service quality, reliability, environmental performance, public health and fire protection for customers. Rates will not change until the MoPSC completes a comprehensive audit of the request. The 11-month process includes public hearings and opportunities for public comment. Four years will have passed since Missouri American Water’s last rate increase in 2012, if the MoPSC maintains its traditional 11-month review schedule. The company is requesting a general increase of about $49.3M per year for water rates and about $1.8M per year for sewer rates. Missouri American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (AWK), is the largest investor-owned water utility in the state, providing high-quality and reliable water and/or wastewater services to approximately 1.5M people.
July 27, 2015
17:38 EDTAWKAmerican Water subsidiary acquires Russiaville Water
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