Miss. Power proposes nearly $14 decrease per month in fuel costs for residential customers

Mississippi Power today announced it has filed a fuel cost request with the Mississippi Public Service Commission that would reduce the portion of customer bills related to fuel. Based on the request, a residential customer using 1,000 kWh of electricity per month could see an average savings of $13.70 on their total monthly bill.

If approved by the PSC, the lower fuel rates will go into effect in February. The total annual reduction in fuel costs in 2016 is approximately $120 million.

The requested decrease is being driven by the company’s ability to take advantage of lower fuel prices.

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11/23/15