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El Paso Electric customers in Texas to see summer bill decrease

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El Paso Electric's Rio Grande power plant on the city's west side.

EL PASO, Texas -- El Paso Electric customers who reside in Texas will see a decrease on their electric bills during the peak usage season of the summer, utility officials announced Thursday.

The company said it has filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to give a fuel refund to Texas customers over a two-month period.

Assuming pro-forma approval, the average residential customer of El Paso Electric could see a monthly savings of about $5.94 in July and about $6.58 in August.

That would amount to a total savings of $12.52 over the two-month period.

Large commercial customers will receive a one-time credit in July 2020, the utility said.

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