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PUBLIC NOTICE PSC No. 90 – Gas – Schedule for Gas Service PSC No. 87 – Gas – Schedule for Gas Service PSC No. 88 – Gas – Schedule for Gas Transportation Service PSC No. 119 – Electricity – Schedule for Electric Service PSC No. 120 – Electricity – Schedule for Electric Service PSC No. 121 – Electricity – Schedule for Electric Service (Street Lighting) On May 20, 2019, New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) filed with the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) a plan with testimony, exhibits and proposed delivery rate changes to the above referenced tariff schedules for service. The changes contained in that filing would increase annual delivery revenues by approximately $156.7 million (20.4% Delivery/ 10.4% Total) from NYSEG’s electric operations and by approximately $6.2 million (3.0% Delivery/ 1.4% Total) from the company’s natural gas operations, to become effective April 2020. The PSC may approve, modify or reject any or all of the proposed tariff changes. The complete NYSEG filing may be examined on the company’s website (nyseg.com), or the PSC website (dps.ny.gov). These cases are open and public. Individuals may provide comments directly to the Secretary of the PSC or offer comments at a public statement hearing hosted by the PSC (Reference Case Nos. 19-E-0378, 19G-0379). As the case proceeds, documents pertaining to the case are posted on the PSC website.

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