— AARP Oklahoma urges Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) customers and Oklahoma Corporation Commission to reject PSO’s $170 million utility rate hike proposal. If approved by Corporation Commissioners, Dana Murphy, Bob Anthony, and Todd Hiett, PSO’s customer bills will increase $14 a month or $168 per year. “PSO is seeking another exorbitant rate increase, and, once again, as party to the case, AARP Oklahoma will continue to fight on behalf of residential customers. Last time they asked for a rate …

— Empire District electric is asking the Corporation Commission to increase customer utility rates by $42 per month in the next four years!  How will they do that?  By phasing in higher rates, a bit at a time. The trick is, Empire will charge you for the full rate amount they didn’t get in the first two years and make you pay it in year four, plus interest.  This amounts to $42 more per month on the average customer’s bill.  That’s $500 …

— Corporation Commission Rejects OG&E’s Request for Demand Charge, Doubling of Customer Charge – Corporation Commission Orders OG&E To Pay Customer Refunds AARP Oklahoma vigorously opposed OG&E’s $92.5 million utility rate hike proposal, you said #No2OGE and the Corporation Commission listened! The Corporation Commission rejected OG&E’s request for a rate hike that would double the monthly OG&E customer charge from $13 to almost $27 and a costly residential demand charge. “We are elated that commissioners rejected the outrageous residential demand charge …

— (EDMOND, OK) – AARP Oklahoma urges OG&E customers and Oklahoma Corporation Commissioners to reject OG&E’s $92.5 million utility rate hike proposal. If approved by Corporation Commissioners, Dana Murphy, Bob Anthony, and Todd Hiett, the rate hike doubles the monthly OG&E customer charge from $13 to almost $27 and adds a costly residential demand charge. SoonerPoll (December 2016) surveyed 440 likely voters with the following findings; 85% are concerned about the cost of electricity rising 79% oppose a rate increase 87% …

— Guess what PSO customers… you said #No2PSO and the Corporation Commission listened!  PSO asked for $130 million rate increase, but the Corporation Commission said no and, instead, agreed to a $14 million increase. You raised your voice and the Corporation Commission listened. Plus, since you’ve been paying $75 million in PSO interim rates since January, you will now be eligible for a refund. AARP Oklahoma is proud to fight for affordable utilities and for you! Read all about it in …