That order included language authorizing a three-year rider, with the option to continue the rider for another two years, if the PUCO approved that.
DP&L’s request seeks that two-year extension.
If approved by the PUCO, the extension would start November 2020 and expire in October 2022.
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The company’s recently submitted “distribution modernization plan” and the rider extension were submitted for PUCO approval in parallel as “an integrated package,” DP&L said in its press release.
“The two filings are inter-related and essential for DP&L to deliver its customers personalized, innovative, and seamless energy services enabled by transformative technologies,” the company said.