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Pipeline Safety 2022 Enforcement Numbers

Warning Letters: 20

Civil Penalties: 11

Civil Penalties Amount Collected: $2,750.00

Investment Infrastructure and Jobs Act
Grid Resiliency Grant Program
Notice of Public Hearing and Call for Comments

Hearing Postponed pending an update by the Department of Energy. Hearing to be rescheduled once the DOE issues its update funding notice.

Link to Public Comments

September 6, 2022 - Notice of Postponement

Choice Gas Working Session


Public Working Sessions relating to the Black Hills Wyoming Gas (BHWG) Choice Gas Program held in the Commission’s Hearing Room to discuss the data available to Choice Gas Suppliers as well as the capability, consistency and standardization of metering on the system.


May 5, 2022 - Audio

May 5, 2022 - Slide Deck


September 14, 2022 - Morning Session Audio
Afternoon Session Audio

September 14, 2022 - Slide Deck


November 16, 2022 - Morning Session Audio

Afternoon Session Audio

November 16, 2022 - Slide Deck

Rocky Mountain Power

Docket No. 20000-617-EM-22 (Record No. 17037)

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER TO INCREASE CURRENT RATES BY $27.8 MILLION TO RECOVER DEFFERRED NET POWER COSTS UNDER TARIFF SCHEDULE 95 ENERGY CAST ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM AND TO DECREASE CURRENT RATES BY $1.6 MILLION UNDER TARIFF SCHEDULE 93, REC AND SO2 REVENUE ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM


Rocky Mountain Power

Docket No. 20000-616-EA-22 (Record No. 17032)

IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER TO ESTABLISH INTERMEDIATE LOW-CARBON ENERGY PORTFOLIO STANDARDS


Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power Company and Black Hills Power dba Black Hills Energy

Docket Nos. 20002-123-EA-22 and 20003-209-EA-22 (Record No. 17028)

IN THE MATTER OF CHEYENNE LIGHT, FUEL & POWER COMPANY AND BLACK HILLS POWER, INC. DBA BLACK HILLS ENERGY TO ESTABLISH INTERMEDIATE LOW-CARBON ENERGY PORTFOLIO STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS


Rocky Mountain Power IRP for 2021

Docket No. 20000-603-EA-21 (Record No. 15935)

IN THE MATTER OF THE FILING OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER'S INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLAN (IRP) FOR 2021

The Commission's consideration of improvements to the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) process through rule making, including whether to require IRP’s to address: (1) negative externalities of cumulative view shed impact, wildlife impacts, socioeconomic impacts and life cycle emissions; (2) positive externalities, such as health and well-being; (3) the potential benefits of a revised resource acquisition and Request for Proposal process; (4) additional best practices; and (5) whether the Commission should modify its traditional standard of “acceptance for filing” of an IRP to one of “acknowledgement” or “approval” and any other issue(s) raised by interested Stakeholders.

One-Call of Wyoming

"Call Before You Dig" was created to provide you with an easily accessible resource when you are digging. Every dig requires a call.

Call Before You Dig Information

Sage Grouse Core Area Protection

It is important to Wyoming to protect Sage Grouse core areas. Utilities, as well as other industries, should be aware and observe Wyoming requirements in Sage Grouse core areas (map). The following links provide further information on the location of the core areas and Wyoming Sage Grouse issues and Executive Orders.

Telecommunications / WUSF

April 11, 2022 - Docket Number 90072-49-XO-22 (Record No. 16983) - Pursuant to the Wyoming Administrative Procedure Act, W.S. § 37-1-101, et seq., and the Wyoming Public Service Commission’s (Commission) Rules, notice is hereby given that a hearing regarding the funding requirement and proposed assessment factor for the July 2022 to June 2023 fiscal year of the Wyoming Universal Service Fund (WUSF), is scheduled to commence Friday, May 6, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. in the Commission’s hearing room located at 2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 300, Cheyenne, Wyoming. It is anticipated that deliberations will be conducted immediately following the hearing. In addition to the assessment factor, the Commission will establish the WUSF distributions to be made to each qualifying telecommunications company pursuant to W.S. § 37-15-501. These items will be established on an interim basis, pending conclusion of a protest period.

WUSF Reports

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