The Alabama Public Service Commission recently concluded their monthly meeting, discussing possible refunds from Alabama Power and addressing the reasons behind recent increases in electricity bills.
Consumers typically use around 1,000 kilowatts a month, according to the Public Service Commission. If you fall into this category, you can expect a $5 credit in the near future.
The Public Service Commission has set a profit cap for the company, allowing them to make approximately 6.15% in profit. Any earnings exceeding this limit must be refunded to the customers.
According to the latest data, APSC’s earnings decreased last year. However, despite this decline, they are still projecting a return of approximately $14.8 million to consumers throughout the state.
According to APSC Commission President Twinkle Cavanaugh, homeowners will receive $5 for every 1,000 kilowatts they use. Despite the increased number of calls received by the power company, Cavanaugh believes that the motivation behind these calls may not be entirely genuine.
If you are struggling to reach out to Alabama Power, Cavanaugh suggests contacting her office at 334-242-5218 for assistance.
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