Oklahoma regulators to meet Thursday

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The Oklahoma Corporation Commission will meet Thursday morning to consider a special tariff that Public Service Company of Oklahoma says will help reduce the cost of their electric services to certain participating customers.

Under the  Voluntary Curtailment Event tariff, customers will have the option of curtailing usage during high energy market prices. PSO filed the request for the proposed tariff late last year and has the support of the Commission’s Public Utility Division.

Service under the VCS tariff would be open to PSO customers who have a minimum 1,000 kW of curtailable demand. As stated, the program would reduce total purchased power costs below what they would have been  otherwise absent the program. It would provide an avoided purchase power cost savings to all customers.

Commissioners might take a vote on the proposal during the Thursday meeting that is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m.


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