“Right now it’s just an application that’s been filed with
the PUCO. We haven’t ruled on anything yet. That’s why we’re having these
public hearings, so people can come and give their comments for the record. As
far as the effects this might have on individual households – that hasn’t been
determined yet,” she says.
In its application, AEP estimates that various customer
classes could experience annual rate changes ranging from a 27 percent decrease
to a 6 percent increase during the ESP’s term.
Karg says the PUCO has provided rough cost estimates and
scenarios on its website.
You can find those, as well as PUCO public meeting guidelines, online