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Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican

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Regulators approve $135.5 million rate hike for MidAmerican

By O. Kay Henderson The Iowa Utilities Board has approved a $135.5 million rate increase for MidAmerican Energy customers. Rob Hillesland, a spokesman for the board, says regulators agreed to the increase due to a “wide range of the best site factors,” including increased operating costs. “There were environmental costs and transmission costs included in that which the board also decided upon going […]

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