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Gulf Power customers to see slightly lower electricity bills next year


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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Gulf Power representatives said customers will notice a little extra change in their pocketbooks next year.

The Florida Public Service Commission approved a measure to pass the power company's tax savings over to the consumer.

This means monthly electricity bills will drop an average of $2.70 starting in January.

Gulf Power Chairman, President and CEO Stan Connally said this will be the eighth time in ten years they've dropped prices.

“Gulf Power, alongside the Office of Public Counsel and other groups reached an agreement that would bring the best short- and long-term value to our customers,” Connally said. “Beginning in January 2019, Gulf Power customers will see additional savings that will be reflected on their future energy bills. I’m excited that our prices will be the lowest they’ve been in five years.”

Representatives also said the company continues to invest in the energy grid to offer a safe and reliable service to customers.

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