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Alabama Power Rates
3:55 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Alabama PSC Keeps Alabama Power Rate Plan

The state's utility regulatory board has refused to reconsider its new rate structure for Alabama Power Co.
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The state's utility regulatory board has refused to reconsider its new rate structure for Alabama Power Co.

The Public Service Commission voted 2-1 Tuesday to reject a request by AARP to reconsider the rate plan. The vote was the same as the PSC's decision in August to approve the rate structure. The PSC's top attorney recommended rejecting AARP's request and said the organization for older Americans had not presented any new issues.

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Alabama Power Rates
5:06 pm
Thu September 19, 2013

Alabama Power Urges PSC To Reject AARP Rehearing

Credit istockphotoAlabama Power Co. is urging the state's utility regulatory board to reject a request by AARP to reconsider the new rate plan for the state's largest electric utility.Edit | Remove

Alabama Power Co. is urging the state's utility regulatory board to reject a request by AARP to reconsider the new rate plan for the state's largest electric utility.

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Alabama Power Rates
3:33 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Despite PSC Vote, Ala. Power Rates To Remain Flat

Alabama Power Co. predicts that its rates will remain level through 2014, despite the forecast of consumer savings when the state's utility regulatory board approved a new rate plan.
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Alabama Power Co. predicts that its rates will remain level through 2014, despite the forecast of consumer savings when the state's utility regulatory board approved a new rate plan.

The Public Service Commission voted 2-1 last month to revise its rate stabilization plan for Alabama Power. Commission President Twinkle Cavanaugh forecast the change would result in annual savings for consumers of $30 to $110.

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Alabama Power Rates
5:09 pm
Tue July 16, 2013

Groups Recommending Changes In Alabama Power Rates

Some groups will call for rate changes for Alabama Power Co. when the state's Public Service Commission wraps up hearings Wednesday on the state's largest utility.
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Some groups will call for rate changes for Alabama Power Co. when the state's utility regulatory board wraps up hearings Wednesday on the state's largest electric utility.

AARP and Alabama Arise have filed position papers saying the current rate structure is too favorable to the company. Alabama Power says the rate structure is fair and reasonable, and it allows the company to provide a reliable product despite residential demand that is higher than the national average.

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