Black Hills Corp. (NYSE: BKH) utility subsidiary Black Hills Power today received approval from the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission of a settlement agreement that allows the company to increase its electric revenues in South Dakota.
Black Hills Energy today issued a request for proposals for standalone Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) in blocks of 50,000 RECs up to a total of 100,000 RECs in 2015, 250,000 RECs in 2016 and 250,000 RECs in 2017.
Snow and ice buildup on your natural gas meter can create a safety hazard and even cut off the flow of natural gas to your heating and appliances. To avoid trouble, gently remove snow and ice from on and around the meter with your hands or a broom.
The recent snow storms have created many unsafe conditions, with trees falling into power lines, electric wires knocked to the ground and damage to customer-owned electrical systems, including electrical enclosures on the side of buildings.
In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation’s Energy-Saving Trees initiative, Black Hills Energy is distributing approximately 153 free trees, one per household, to customers who reserve one beginning today.