Customers of Black Hills Energy are about to see a rate increase. Company officials say the increase is due to higher demand on electricity and natural gas during the extreme cold weather in February. Black Hills Energy lost about 80-million-dollars during the cold weather, and residential customers could pay 322-dollars in extra fees, and commercial customers could pay 12-hundred-77-dollars over a three year period.
February Cold Means Rate Increase For Black Hills Energy Customers
By 24/7 News Source • 21 hours ago