June 2018, Vol. 245, No. 6


Liberty Utilities Sees Potential Benefit in Decoupling

Spotlight on Utilities   By Michael Reed, Managing Editor Whenever the topic of "decoupling" is mentioned concerning natural gas distribution utilities, confusion, along with a fair amount of debate, is bound to follow. That’s because, traditionally, rates for business and residential customers are decided based on a particular company’s revenues and profits. Decoupling, by definition, would eliminate this process, replacing it with another approach such as "revenue-per-customer" formula that requires occasional adjustments, based on sales. In New Hampshire, the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) ruled in late April it would allow monthly adjustments to Li

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