Iowa electric utility seeks its first rate increase since 1994

The proposed increase follows rate reductions totaling 3.7 percent, or $126 million, plus customer credits of approximately $39 million since 1996. Combined, the rate reductions and credits equate to rate decreases of about 5 percent.

BURLINGTON, Mass., June 12, 2001 — Energy suppliers attempting to offset thinning commodity margins and lukewarm customer response are looking to non-residential energy services to add value for customers.

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