SC Duke Energy customers to see bills decrease - FOX Carolina 21

SC Duke Energy customers to see bills decrease

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Duke Energy announced customers in South Carolina will be seeing savings on their power bills beginning in October.

The company said on Sep. 21, the Public Service Commission of S.C. approved the lowest fuel rates since 2006. The decrease is largely due to lower projected coal and natural gas prices.

Duke Energy said as such, typical residential customers using 1,000 kilowatt-hours per month would see their bills drop from the current $116.57 to $110.84.

Residential customers are expected to see an average decrease of about 6.4 percent and industrial customers can expected a decrease of about 10.4 percent.

For more information, visit the Duke Energy website.

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