The average bill will increase by a little more than six dollars as part of a rate increase approved by the state. You’ll also see two temporary surcharges being added for the time being, one for fuel, and one that gives Xcel the chance to recapture lost revenue before the rate change was approved. In total, you’ll see about ten extra dollars on your bill starting in October and November.
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