“The Commission approved a revenue requirement of $78.702 million for the rate year of September 1, 2022, to August 31, 2023, to be recovered through a new rate adjustment clause (Rider OSW). Over the projected 35-year lifetime of the project, for a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per month, Rider OSW is projected to result in an average monthly bill increase of $4.72 and a peak monthly bill increase of $14.22 in 2027. The rate adjustment clause is effective for usage on and after September 1, 2022.” — SCC, August 5, 2022
In Episode 291 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses how to participate in Shooting Sports Month and dives deep into some problems with the newly-approved Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Project slated to operated by 2027.
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August 8, 2022