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Possible 6% reduction for JPS customers
2012-06-09 12:41:27 | (0 Comments)
Jamaicans are expected to see a reduction of up to six per cent on their electricity bills for this month.
This after the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) lowered the fuel and IPP charges to customers by just over $2 per kilowatt hour when compared to the rate used in May.
According to the JPS, this means that a typical residential customer whose usage remains constant at 200 kilowatt will see a reduction of approximately six per cent in their electricity bill.
In a statement last evening the light and power company said the decision to reduce its fuel and IPP charges was based on the recent downward trend in oil prices.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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