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Utah Power customers could see a sizable rate increase by 2004.
The company is asking for a 125 million dollar annual rate increase, the second largest request in more than a decade.
It would amount to an increase of about eight dollars a month for the average household.
It could be months, before the Utah Public Service Commission makes rules on the request.
Utah Power says it needs the increased revenue to pay for rising operating costs, and increasing customer demands.