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Colorado Short Term Medical Exemption Program (MEP)

We applied to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission under Docket No. 13A-0062E for approval of a proposed Medical Exemption Program (MEP) to implement a medical exemption from inverted block rates on a short-term basis to low-income customers who can provide documentation from a licensed physician that they have a qualifying medical condition and/or use life-support equipment. We are also requesting that it be permitted to recover the revenues lost in connection with the program through the Electric Commodity Adjustment (ECA). Set forth below is the application, proposed Tariffs, and the Customer Bill Impacts of these proposals.

Filing Documents

Verified Application (PDF)
Exhibit A (PDF)
Exhibit B (PDF)
Customer Impact (PDF)

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