Powering Your Water Service
From moving water against the flow of gravity to operating complex treatment systems that ensure your water is high quality and safe to drink, it takes a lot of power to deliver your water.
In September 2015, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) approved new rates for water service in your district. As part of that decision, the ACC also approved the Purchased Power Adjustor Mechanism, a surcharge that adjusts each year depending on the cost of purchasing power to run your water treatment and delivery system.
What is the Purchased Power Adjustor Mechanism?
The Purchased Power Adjustor Mechanism is adjusted once a year to reflect changes in the cost of power needed to deliver your service. The Purchased Power Adjustor Mechanism recovers or refunds the cost of purchasing electricity when the cost goes above or below the level approved by the ACC in September 2015. It will appear either as a credit or a charge on your monthly bill.
Beginning October 1, 2016 the Mohave Purchased Power Adjustor Mechanism will be a monthly surcharge of $0.01 per thousand gallons. The average 5/8"-meter customer using 6,800 gallons of water a month will see a charge of 7 cents on their monthly bill.