SEAPA anticipating future rate increases


October 29, 2020

The Southeast Alaska Power Agency provides power to the communities of Wrangell, Petersburg, and Ketchikan. CEO Trey Acteson said they have not had a rate increase in over 23 years, holding steady at 6.8 cents per kWh. However, due to anticipated costs in the near future, he reported that they are expecting a necessary rate increase sometime next year.

"It is still a little early in the process to provide a firm number on any potential rate increases, but I can assure you the SEAPA Board prefers small incremental adjustments, with as much advanced notice as possible," Acteson wrote in an em...

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