ratemaking

rate·mak·ing

 (rāt′mā′kĭng)
n.
The practice of establishing rates of payment, especially for insurance.
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Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC - The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) has taken important steps toward modernizing utility ratemaking in the state.
("The Cost of Misclassification," Verisk Insurance Solutions, presented at 2016 CAS Ratemaking Seminar, March 16, 2016.)
Schubert worked on assignments involving loss reserving, ratemaking, rate filings, competitive analysis, and financial reporting.
The commission approved several electric service agreements and related ratemaking treatments submitted by Xcel Energy to provide electric service to the proposed new data center, according to a press release.
This recognition occurred during the 2019 CAS Ratemaking, Product and Modeling (RPM) Seminar in Boston.
He is also co-author of the book, "Accounting for Public Utilities." First published in 1983, the utility industry resource on accounting and ratemaking is updated annually.
March 25-27: Ratemaking, Product and Modeling Seminar & Workshops, Casualty Actuarial Society, Boston.
Entergy Arkansas and other utilities are concerned, suggesting that the Legislature, rather than the PSC, take charge of some ratemaking, according to several industry executives.
the ratemaking and tariffing provisions of Sections 201, (2) 2 02 (3)
Current toll rates are moderate at 0.15 per mile (cash toll for passenger cars) and PTC benefits from economic ratemaking flexibility.
And in other regulatory contexts, the legislature has expressly limited the Commission's ratemaking discretion by enacting specific requirements for approving rate-adjustment clauses.