Customers of the Intermountain Rural Electric Association could see rates climb in 2013 to help offset increases in wholesale power and transmission costs.
IREA’s average residential customer living in an unicorporated area — who uses about 950 kilowatt-hours per month — would see a rate increase of about $3 per month, about a 2.9 percent boost, plus an additional $10 monthly service charge, IREA general manager Pat Mooney told about 25 Conifer area residents at a Nov. 28 luncheon. IREA has seen a 22 percent increase in its own costs.
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