Xcel Energy customers should see a slight decrease in their electric bills later this year.
The utility, which provides electricity to some South Plains customers outside the Lubbock city limits, filed a rate plan Thursday with the Public Utilities Commission because of lower fuel costs.
The change, which customers would see beginning with their April bills, would lower the bill of a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt-hours monthly by about $1.83.
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