SaskEnergy wants the okay to save you some money. The Crown Corporation is asking the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel to allow the company to lower its Commodity Rate from $3.65 per Gigajoule to $2.65 per Giga joule as of April 1st 2019. It is also asking for the right to increase its Delivery Service Rate by 3.7 per cent. Combined, customers could expect to see an 8.8 per cent decrease in their bills for the average residential customer. That would be about $81. SaskEnergy says it’s applying for the lowest commodity rate in 19 years. The company is also asking for an interim rate of $2.95 per Gigajoule, effective November 1st. That would allow customers to take advantage of lower rates during the winter heating season.