Pending UTC filings


Electric tariff filings

Listed below are Puget Sound Energy's regulatory applications/filings currently in review with the UTC. Prior to any changes in our rates and tariffs, we must obtain regulatory approval.

ADVICE FILED DATE PROPOSED EFFECTIVE DATE PROPOSAL
2019-36 10/11/2019 11/10/2019 The purpose of this filing is to make housekeeping updates to multiple schedules, incorporating new schedules to the Electric Index which have recently been added to the electric tariff book as well as correcting a scrivener’s error in the title and in one section of Schedule 131. (Index to Rate Schedules and Schedule 131 Restoration Service Guarantees)
2019-30 8/09/2019

Revised
10/04/2019
10/11/2019

11/09/2019
In compliance with General Order R-597 (“Order”) of Docket U-161024, the purposes of this filing are to update tariff language in Schedule 91 and to propose a new tariff Schedule 92 for purchases from Qualifying Facilities of capacity over five megawatts.    (Schedule 91 Purchases from Qualifying Facilities of Five Megawatts or Less & Schedule 92 Purchases from Qualifying Facilities of Greater than Five Megawatts)
2019-25 6/20/2019 2019 GRC Puget Sound Energy ("PSE" or the "Company") is filing this general rate case to update its electric and natural gas rates and selected tariff schedule sheets. This filing requests an increase in rates, to recover increased electric and gas revenue requirements, of approximately $139,527,000 (6.9%) and $65,472,810 (7.9%), respectively, on an annual basis.    (Schedules - 16, 23, 31, 41, 53, 71, 72, 74, 85, 85T, 86, 86T, 87, 87T, 141, 141X, 142)


Natural gas tariff filings

Listed below are Puget Sound Energy's regulatory applications/filings currently in review with the UTC. Prior to any changes in our rates and tariffs, we must obtain regulatory approval.

ADVICE FILED DATE PROPOSED EFFECTIVE DATE PROPOSAL
2019-37 10/11/2019 11/10/2019 The purpose of this filing is to make housekeeping updates to natural gas schedules, incorporating new schedules to the Natural Gas Index which have recently been added to the natural gas tariff book as well as updating a reference to Rule No. 6 in Rule No. 3. (Natural Gas Tariff Index and Rule No. 3: Application for Gas Service)
2019-35 09/19/2019 11/1/2019 The purpose of this filing is to adjust PSE’s PGA and Tracker rates. The PGA rates recover expected gas costs from PSE’s sales customers. On an average annual basis, the PGA rates included in this filing reflect a 5.7% increase in gas costs. the proposed Tracker rate changes adjust the rate for deferred gas costs. The proposed Tracker rates increase the current rates for all rate schedules, which will result in an 11.4% increase to overall gas sales service revenues. The combined effect of both the PGA and Tracker proposed rate changes is to increase residential rates by an average 12.4% and overall rates for gas sales customers by 13.4%. (Schedule 101 Gas Cost Rates – Schedule 106 Deferred Account Adjustment)
2019-34 09/18/2019 11/1/2019 The purpose of this filing is to discontinue PSE’s Gas Conversion Burner Rental Service and transfer ownership of PSE’s equipment (gas conversion burners) to the customer effective March 31, 2020. (Schedule 74 Gas Conversion Burner Rental Service) (Schedule 74 Attachment A Form of Termination Letter and Bill of Sale)
2019-26 6/20/2019 2019 GRC Puget Sound Energy ("PSE" or the "Company") is filing this general rate case to update its electric and natural gas rates and selected tariff schedule sheets. This filing requests an increase in rates, to recover increased electric and gas revenue requirements, of approximately $139,527,000 (6.9%) and $65,472,810 (7.9%), respectively, on an annual basis.    (Schedules - 16, 23, 31, 41, 53, 71, 72, 74, 85, 85T, 86, 86T, 87, 87T, 141, 141X, 142)
2019-23
5/31/2019

Update
09-16-2019

Revision
10/16/2019

11/1/2019 The purpose of this filing is to submit a tariff filing in accordance with the Commission’s Policy on Accelerated Replacement of Pipeline Facilities with Elevated Risk in Docket No. UG-120715 (“Policy Statement”), which provided in paragraph 64 that a company may request a CRM by June 1 of any subsequent year.    (Schedule 149 - Cost Recovery Mechanism for Pipeline Replacement (CRM))