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But a key difference is that the bill would cap Horizon’s reserves and the excess be returned to ratepayers, not to a fund dedicated to drug treatment, as Christie originally proposed.
The deal sought by commissioners calls for Mississippi Power to run the plant on conventional natural gas, and for ratepayers to pay only for the $840 million in equipment that commissioners already approved.
The agreement will save district ratepayers up to $10 million over the 20-year contract, according to MMSD Controller and Treasurer Mark Kaminski.
Ratepayers in Southern California and Silicon Valley could see a hit in their monthly water bills.
And, just a few weeks ago, the Maryland Public Service Commission approved ratepayer subsidies — $1 on monthly residential electricity bills — to support two wind farms off Ocean City.
The project is expected to cost $639 million that will be paid for by ratepayers.
The roundabout process is designed to cushion ratepayers from higher costs.
For public power companies – and really all utilities in the Northwest – the proposal will ring alarm bells and resurrect a debate about the control of assets that were built with federal dollars but paid for by local ratepayers.
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