OG&E says customers can expect lower bills
BY PAUL MONIES NewsOK.com
Friday, January 04, 2013
1/04/13 at 4:35 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. said Thursday that low natural gas prices should reduce the average residential customer's electricity bill by about $6 per month.
The reduction in the fuel-cost portion of customer bills will begin in the January billing cycle.
"We're pleased to pass along this savings to our customers," OG&E spokesman Brian Alford said in a statement. "We are fortunate from an electricity perspective to be in an extended period of lower natural gas prices, which makes it possible to deliver these savings on monthly electric bills."
Alford said it's difficult to quantify the reduction to typical industrial and commercial consumers, but many should also see lower monthly bills. The typical residential consumer uses about 1,100 kilowatt-hours of electricity each month.
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