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140188General rate increase for electric services, RE: Tariff WN U-28, which proposes an overall net electric billed increase of 5.5 percent effective January 1, 2015.
140189General rate increase for natural gas service, RE: Tariff WN U-29, which proposes an increase of 8.1 percent in base rates ($12.1 million over 2014 base revenue) effective January 1, 2015.
132103Revises Tariff WN U-28, Schedule 62, Small Power Production and Cogeneration, updating rates based on avoided costs available to small generation providers.
132017Tariff revision to reflect the imposition of a 6 percent municipal occupation tax imposed on Avista Corporation by the City of Rockford.
131968Revises Tariff WN U-28 by canceling Schedule 64 and replacing it with a new Schedule 65, Interconnection Standards; revising Schedule 63, Net Metering Option; and revising Schedule 97, Renewable Generation Incentives. These revisions implement the technical and administrative requirements of the Commission's amended interconnection rule, WAC 480-108, and General Order R-571. They also double the maximum allowable net metering capacity on the company's system and extend the production incentives through 2020 as required by RCW 80.60.020(1)(a).
131862Revises Tariff WN U-28, reflecting compliance with Order 09, paragraph 14.
131863Revises Tariff WN U-29, reflecting compliance with Order 09, paragraph 14.
131747Revises Tariff WN U-28, reflecting a change to Schedule 59, that provides residential and other qualifying customers with a direct pass-through of monetary benefits of the Residential Exchange Program from Bonneville Power Administration, resulting in an overall average bill increase of approximately 2.1 percent.
131748Revises the purchased gas adjustments in multiple schedules of Tariff WN U-29 to pass through changes in the estimated cost of natural gas, and changes in the amortization rate(s) of deferred natural gas costs. Proposed rates increase annual revenue by approximately $13.7 million (9.2 percent). If proposed rates are granted the average residential customer using 68 therms per month will see a bill increase of $5.44 per month.
131588Revises Tariff WN U-29, to reflect a 0.02 percent increase to the decoupling rate applicable to natural gas customers taking service under rate schedule 101.
131217Revises Tariff WN U-28, Schedule 90 Electric Energy Efficiency Programs, adjusting lighting program guidelines to encourage LED projects and increasing the incentive cap for certain highly cost-effective projects.
131218Revises Tariff WN U-29, Schedule 190 Natural Gas Efficiency Programs, reducing energy efficiency incentive amounts to reflect lower natural gas avoided costs, removing the 13-year payback requirement, and increasing the incentive cap for certain highly cost-effective projects.
131213Increases rates supporting electric conservation programs in Schedule 91 - Public Purposes Rider Adjustment, Tariff WN U-28 by $5.3 million, or 1.1 percent of overall billed rates. The average residential customer using 989 kilowatt-hours per month will see an increase in their monthly bill of $0.99.
130723Revises Tariff WN U-29, reflecting changes that clarify base rates.
130636Reflects a housekeeping revision to Tariff WN U-29, to include the Low-Income Rate Assistance Program.
130299Proposed revisions to Tariff WN U-29 to update language to be gender neutral.
130300Proposed revisions to Tariff WN U-28, First Revision Sheet 70-P, Section 18 'Reactive Power (Power Factor) Adjustment' which allow the Company to exempt certain customers from the Power Factor Adjustment Charge if that customer's reactive power supports system reliability. Tariff revisions also update language to be gender neutral.
130117Revises Schedule 58 to reflect a new 6 percent utility tax on gross revenue from the sale of electricity imposed on Avista by the City of Spangle as specified by Ordinance No. 402.
130118Revises Schedule 158 to reflect a new 6 percent utility tax on gross revenue from the sale of natural gas imposed on Avista by the City of Spangle as specified by Ordinance No. 402.
121869Revises Tariff WN U-28, Schedule 62--Small Power Production and Cogeneration, to reflect an annual adjustment in the fixed-price rates for qualifying small power producers or cogeneration. The proposed changes update avoided cost rates paid to customer-generators for generated electricity under power purchase agreements between one and five years in length. This applies to customer facilities with an installed generating capacity of five megawatts or less.
121501Proposed revisions to the company's Purchased Gas Adjustment and Deferred Gas Cost Amortization rates reducing the average residential bill by $2.58 per month, or 4.3 percent.
121416Reflects changes to Schedule No. 159, Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment. An average residential customer using 67 therms per month will see a decrease of $0.16, or approximately 0.3 percent.
121112Revises Tariff WN U-28, Schedule 63 by adding tariff sheets 63B through 63G, consisting of standard contract language that will be offered to customers entering net metering agreements with the company.
121119Request for temporary discontinuation of natural gas demand side management programs.
120788Decreases rates in Schedule 91, Electric Public Purposes Rider. The proposed decrease in rates was suspended on July 27, 2012, with rates allowed on a temporary basis subject to revision. After review of rates, staff recommends lifting suspension and allowing rates in Schedule 91 to become permanent. Temporary rates represented a decrease in billed revenue of $8.2 million or 1.8 percent of overall billed rates for the company's Electric Public Purposes Rider. With rates becoming permanent, the average residential customer using 989 kWh per month will continue to see a decrease in their monthly bill of $1.47 or 1.9 percent.
120790Decreases rates in Schedule 191, Gas Public Purposes Rider Adjustment supporting demand-side management programs on a temporary basis subject to revision pending the outcome in Dockets UG-121026 and UG-121119. Temporary reduction in rates represents a decrease in revenues of $1.9 million and a 1.3 percent decrease in overall natural gas rates.
120480Adds Rule 22 to Tariff WN U-28, concerning pilot programs that the company will use to evaluate load management..
120436Proposed general revenue increase of 9.0 percent or $41.0 million. If proposed rates are granted, an average residential customer using 989 kilowatt-hours per month would receive an increase of $7.39, or 9.4 percent. In addition, Avista proposed an Energy Recovery Mechanism (ERM) rebate which will decrease revenues by 2.9 percent or $13.6 million. The ERM rebate would remain in effect for one year. The net effect of the general revenue increase and the ERM rebate is to increase the average residential customer's monthly charge for one year by $4.94 or 6.3 percent. Avista serves 236,296 customers in eastern Washington.
120437Proposed general revenue increase of 7.0 percent or $10.1 million. If proposed rates are granted, an average residential customer using 68 therms per month would receive a monthly increase in charges of $4.23, or 6.9 percent. Avista serves 149,154 natural gas customers in eastern Washington.
120195Request for less than statutory notice to reduce natural gas costs by 6.4% in the Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) for the estimated cost of natural gas.
120124Revises Tariff No. 58, reflecting the reduction of the electric utility tax adopted by the City of Liberty Lake from 6 percent to 3 percent.
120125Revises Tariff No. 158, reflecting the reduction of the electric utility tax from 6 percent to 3 percent imposed on Avista by the City of Liberty Lake.
112151Tariff revision to reflect the imposition of a 2 percent gross revenue tax imposed on Avista Corporation for the sale, delivery, distribution of furnishing of natural gas by the city of Millwood.
112069Revises the Electric Demand Side Management (DSM) or energy efficiency programs.
112070Revises the Natural Gas Demand Side Management (DSM) or energy efficiency programs.
112001Updates the Avoided Cost Schedule No. 62 for standard rates paid to small power producers or cogeneration.
111810Revises Schedule 170, reflecting updates to the Company’s meter test procedures, Washington Administrative Code references, corrections of spacing issues and paragraph numbering, and other housekeeping changes. This filing has no effect on customers, services or rates and is for administrative purposes only.
111664Revises Schedule No. 59, Residential and Farm Energy Rate Adjustment, which implements changes to rates under the Bonneville Power Administration Residential Exchange Program. The filing increases the benefits to Avista’s customers resulting in a 2.64 percent or $2.08 decrease in the total bill for a residential customer using 1,000 kWh per month.
111665Tariff revisions to update the company’s Purchased Gas Adjustment and Deferred Gas Cost Amortization rates.
111564Revises Schedule No. 159, reflecting changes to the Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment.
111125Updates the Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment schedule to include natural gas DSM (demand-side management) targets for 2010-2012.
110959Tariff revision to reflect a new 6 percent municipal tax imposed on Avista by the town of Fairfield.
110876A general rate increase of 8.7 percent or $38.3 million. If granted, an average residential customer using 977 kilowatt-hours per month would receive an increase of $7.13, or 9.3 percent. Other customer class customers would receive increases of 7.5 to 9.1 percent. Avista serves 235,493 electricity customers in eastern Washington.
110877A general rate increase of four percent or $6.2 million for natural gas service. If granted, an average residential gas customer using 67 therms per month will receive an increase of $3.26, or 5.1 percent. Other customers will receive an increase of between 1.1 and 4.4 percent. Avista serves 148,239 natural gas customers in eastern Washington.
110790Revises the Demand Side Management (DSM) portions of Schedule No. 191, Public Purposes Rider Adjustment.
110052Corrects revision number on Schedule 90A.
102059Tariff revision to reflect the imposition of a 6 percent municipal tax on Avista by the town of Washtucna.
101901Revises Schedule No. 62 for Small Power Production and Cogeneration to update the avoided costs used to provide baseline payments for qualifying facilities, further clarify the terms and conditions, and increase the eligible qualifying capacity from 1 MW to 5 MW.
101890Reflects changes to tariff Sheet No. 58 (electric) establishing a municipal tax imposed by the City of Liberty Lake of 6 percent.
101893Tariff revision to reflect the imposition of a 6 percent municipal occupation tax on Avista Corporation by the city of Liberty Lake.
101769Removes the conservation incentive for projects that do not meet the total resource cost effectiveness test under Schedule No. 90.
101770Removes the conservation incentive for projects that do not meet the total resource cost effectiveness test under Schedule No. 190.
101707Revises Schedule No. 146 and 148 to clarify nomination, balancing, penalty, and deferral language in the tariff for transportation customers.
101538Implements changes to rates reflecting a reduction in the benefits under a Residential Purchase and Sales Agreement between Avista and Bonneville Power Administration.
101539Revises rates to reflect the changes in purchased gas cost and associated deferred gas cost amortization.
101463Updates Schedule 159, reflecting a decrease in the natural gas decoupling recovery rate.
100916Updates the Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment schedule to include the 2009 natural gas Demand Side Management (DSM) target.
100467General rate increase to recover increased electric cost. Annual revenue impact is approximately $55.3 Million (13.4 percent).
100468General rate increase to recover increased natural gas cost. Annual revenue impact is approximately $8.5 Million (5.4 percent).
100254Increases natural gas Schedule No. 191 - Public Purposes Rider Adjustment - WA for conservation expense recovery.
100068Revises Schedule No. 93, to reflect elimination of the surcharge for energy costs caused primarily by differences between actual and authorized costs during the 2000-2001 energy crisis.
091935Reflects the cancellation of out dated schedules.
091936Reflects the cancellation of out dated and unused schedules.
091928Reflects changes to Schedule No. 158 increasing the municipal tax imposed by the city of Connell from 5 to 6 percent. The company serves approximately 133 residential, 58 commercial and 2 transportation customers in Connell, Washington.
091843Updates the Avoided Cost Schedule used to provide payments to qualifying facilities.
091462Revises rates to reflect changes in Purchased Gas Costs due to changes in wholesale gas and pipeline transportation costs.
091399Reflects a decrease in the natural gas decoupling deferral recovery rate.
091039Revises Schedule No. 59, reducing customer bills to reflect an increase in Residential Exchange program benefits.
090767Less than statutory notice request to decrease rates for Avista's natural gas customers reflecting lower wholesale natural gas prices.
090517Revises the Line Extension, Conversion, and Relocation Schedule 51.
090134General rate increase to recover increased costs. Annual revenue impact is approximately $69.8 Million (16 percent)
090135General rate increase to recover increased costs. Annual revenue impact is approximately $4.9 Million (2.4 percent)
090065Less than Statutory Notice (LSN) reflecting change in the tariffed decoupling natural-gas base rate. Requested LSN effective date of February 1, 2009.
082272Increases energy efficiency portion of electric Schedule 91 – Public Purposes Rider Adjustment.
090052Increases energy efficiency portion of natural gas Schedule 191 – Public Purposes Rider Adjustment.
082271Less than statutory notice request to decrease natural gas rates by approximately 3.7 cents per therm (3 percent) for residential and small commercial customers. The company also requests an exemption of customer notice requirements.
082125Updates Avista Utilities' Avoided Cost Schedule, Schedule 62.
082104Revises Avista's Meter Test Procedures.
081769Reflects a rate adjustment related to residential exchange program benefits.
081770Reflects a new 6 percent utility tax imposed on gross revenue from the sale or furnishing of electric light and power to ultimate users in the Town of Uniontown.
081771Reflects a new 6 percent utility tax imposed on gross revenue from sale, brokering, or furnishing of natural or manufactured gas to ultimate users in the Town of Uniontown.
081672Revises rates to reflect changes in Purchased Gas Costs and changes in the gas cost deferral amortization.
081601Reflects the proposed Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment.
080769Reflects a new 6 percent utility tax in the town of Malden.
080553Reflect a 4 percent utility tax for the Town of Garfield.
080469Reflects a change in the website address noted in Schedule 64.
080456Reflects a rate adjustment related to Residential Exchange Program Benefits.
080416General rate increase to recover increased costs. Annual revenue impact is approximately $36.6 Million (10.3 percent).
080417General rate increase to recover increased costs. Annual revenue impact is approximately $6.6 Million (3.3 percent).
080410Corrects a sheet numbering error.
080274Corrects a typographical error of the tariff number from WN U-28 to WN U-29, at the top of these tariff sheets.
080168Revises the pages to reflect the new and amended rules in WAC 480-108 - Electric Companies - Interconnection With Electric Generators.
080119Less than statutory notice request to reflect changes that result from a change in general electric rates effective January 1, 2008, approved by the Commission in Order No. 5, in Docket No. UE-070804.
080120Less than statutory notice request to reflect changes that result from a change in general natural gas rates effective January 1, 2008, approved by the Commission in Order No. 5, in Docket No. UG-070805.
080076Revises the incentive rates and associated terms and conditions, offered to customers under Schedule 90 - Electric Energy Efficiency Programs.
080077Revises the incentive rates and associated terms and conditions, offered to customers under Schedule 190 - Natural Gas Energy Efficiency Programs who elect to install demand side management (DSM) measures.
072277Updates the Avoided Cost Schedule.
071863Reflects a proposed Natural Gas Decoupling Rate Adjustment.
071864Reflects the Company's proposed annual Purchased Gas Cost Adjustment (PGA) to: 1) pass through changes in the estimated cost of natural gas for the forthcoming year (Schedule 150), and 2) revise the amortization rate(s) to refund or collect the balance of deferred gas costs (Schedule 155).
071014Less than statutory notice request to change the Residential and Farm Energy rate reduction to zero.
070804General rate increase of $51.1 million (15.8 percent) for electric service.
070805General rate increase of $4.5 million (2.3 percent) for natural gas service.
061841Increases the Utility tax to 6 percent for the city of Lind.
061842Increases the utility tax to 6 percent for the city of Lind.
061816Updates the Washington Avoided Cost Schedule.
061529Increases Public Purposes Rider Adjustment rate.
061531Purchase Gas Cost Adjustment reflecting changes in wholesale gas pipeline transportation costs.
061409Purchase Gas Cost Adjustment reflecting changes in wholesale gas pipeline transportation costs.
061411Updates the base power supply and transmission costs and a corresponding increase in rates and charges of $28.9 million (8.8 percent) for electric services.
061412Revises the Residential and Small Farm Energy Rate Adjustment Credit.
061299Reflects recent revisions to Washington policy to include a renewable generation incentive adopted by rule by the Department of Revenue.
061018Reflects revisions to net metering and interconnection standards.
060168Housekeeping filing to revise information set forth on Schedule 156.
051823Updates the Washington Avoided Cost Schedule.
051372Revises rates for the effects of changes in purchased gas costs.
050984Increases the utility tax rate from 5 percent to 6 percent for the city of Colville.
050985Increases the utility tax rate from 5 percent to 6 percent for the city of Colville.
050907Increases the incentive rates offered to customers under Schedule 90, Electric Energy Efficiency Programs, who elect to install Demand Side Management (DSM) measures.
050482General rate increase of $35.8 million (12.52 percent).
050483General rate increase of $2.9 million (1.82 percent).
050493Increases the municipal tax to 6 percent for the town of Albion.
050494Increases the municipal tax to 6 percent for the town of Albion.
050057Reflects a 0.79 percent surcharge for low income rate assistance and a 0.96 percent surcharge for energy efficiency.
050035Implements a new utility tax imposed on gross revenue from the sale, delivery, distribution or furnishing of electricity and electrical energy to ultimate users in the town of Millwood.

 

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