TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma's second largest electricity provider says it's seeking an $88 million rate increase to upgrade aging infrastructure and become more efficient.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma asked the Oklahoma Corporation Commission on Wednesday to authorize a rate increase to replace and upgrade infrastructure and invest in new technology to improve reliability and efficiency. PSO says the rate increase would amount to about $7 per month for a typical residential customer.
PSO also says it's adopting a performance-based rate plan to lower electricity costs for most of the utility's 550,000 customers in Oklahoma.
Beginning next month, PSO says residential customers will see lower fuel charges and a decrease in their bill of about $5 per month.
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