BIPCo files its rate case

On Sept. 30 the Block Island Utility District submitted its new rate case to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission. If accepted, it will be the first time since 2008 that Block Island ratepayers will see a change in the overall rate structure. The RIPUC will have up to nine months to consider the changes, including public hearings. At 275 pages, it’s a lot to unpack, and The Block Island Times will be doing just that in the upcoming months. For now, we will present an overview and a few highlights.
The Utility District acquired

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