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2011-11-01 15:15:00

RAPID CITY, S.D., Nov. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Black Hills Corp. (NYSE: BKH) utility subsidiaries Black Hills Power and Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power announced today that they have filed for a certificate of public convenience and necessity with the Wyoming Public Service Commission to construct and operate a new $237 million natural-gas-fired electric generation facility within Cheyenne city limits. The proposed facility will include one simple-cycle combustion turbine unit with a net...

2010-05-13 16:26:00

RAPID CITY, S.D., May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Black Hills Corp. (NYSE: BKH) subsidiary Black Hills Power today announced that the Wyoming Public Service Commission issued a bench order approving the settlement stipulation agreement previously filed on May 4, 2010. The Commission approved new rates for the utility's Wyoming customers representing approximately $3.1 million in additional annual revenues, based on a return on equity of 10.5 percent with a capital structure of 52 percent...

2008-10-03 09:00:00

By Bill McCarthy By Bill McCarthy bmccarthy@wyomingnews.com CHEYENNE - Residents will see a decrease in their heating bills for October, as well as bills that will reflect natural-gas price fluctuations in a more timely manner. The Wyoming Public Service Commission approved Thursday a request from Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power to reduce October residential natural-gas rates by a little more than 92 cents for each decatherm. Cheyenne Light bills natural-gas usage in decatherms, and...

2008-08-14 09:01:02

By Bill McCarthy By Bill McCarthy bmccarthy@wyomingnews.com CHEYENNE - Your January heating bill will be 79 percent higher than it was last January, according to estimates released Wednesday. The Wyoming Public Service Commission released an estimated bill comparison for January 2008 and January 2009 for Wyoming natural- gas utilities. 'The smaller the family budget, the greater the impact of a change like this," warned Chris Petrie, PSC secretary and chief counsel. That estimate...