Indiana Michigan Power 2023 Rate Case
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) is requesting a base rate increase in a pending case.
- The utility's request would raise annual revenues by approximately $116.4 million (6.8%).
- In testimony filed on Nov. 15, 2023, the OUCC recommends limiting the increase to about $43.1 million (2.5%).
- The OUCC is the state agency - separate from the IURC - that represents all consumers in cases before the Commission.
- All publicly filed documents in this case (Cause No. 45933) are available on the IURC's website.
- I&M has until Dec. 13 to file its rebuttal testimony.
- An IURC evidentiary hearing is scheduled to begin on Jan. 16, 2023.
- A Commission order is expected in Spring 2024.
- Utility Testimony (Initial Request)
- Public Input
Comments must be received one week before the OUCC's testimonial deadline. In the I&M rate case, the OUCC filed more than 370 written consumer comments with its testimony.
The IURC held two public field hearings in October. The OUCC issued a Sept. 27, 2023 news release to invite comments.
- OUCC Testimony
Previous Rate Cases
- 2021-2022 Rate Case (Current Rates)
- OUCC Statement (2-23-22)
- OUCC Settlement Testimony (11-19-21)
- Settlement Agreement (11-17-21)
- OUCC Settlement Agreement News Release (11-17-21)
In its initial case filed on July 1, 2021, I&M requested a two-phase rate increase that would have raised its annual operating revenues by $104 million (6.5%) and raised an average 1,000 kWh monthly residential bill using from $157.82 to $167.29 when fully implemented in 2023.
The OUCC filed testimony on Oct. 12, 2021 recommending denial of the utility's request.
All public documents in the case are available from the IURC's electronic document system.
- 2019-2020 Rate Case
This page will be updated based on developments in the pending rate case.