CITY OF SALLISAW PRESS RELEASES
CITY OF SALLISAW UTILITY RATE INFORMATION
ELECTRIC RATE INFORMATION
At the October 11, 2021 meeting of the Sallisaw Municipal Authority, Resolution 2021-04 was approved modifying electric rates for the City of Sallisaw. The key aspect of this adjustment is the addition of a Cost of Power Base Adjustment (CPBA). This is a per kWh charge based on the Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) of the Grand River Dam Authority. This adjustment allows the City to recover power costs over and above the PCA component built into the city rate structure.
The rising cost of natural gas and other facets of electric generation have to be recovered by GRDA, and ultimately have to be passed on to GRDA communities, including Sallisaw and its electric customers. Our city’s base electric rates contain a Purchase Power Component (PPC) that allows the city to recover 100% of the GRDA purchased power costs. With the escalating fuel cost GRDA is encountering, the cost of electric being purchased by the city is now surpassing the PPC component in the city rate structure. This means we must adjust our rate calculations monthly to account for this additional cost. Sallisaw, as well as other GRDA communities, cannot absorb these costs.
SANITATION AND LANDFILL RATE INFORMATION
WATER AND SEWER RATES
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