MANCHESTER — Beginning July 1, Public Service of New Hampshire customers will see a 4.4 percent cut in overall bills, with an 18 percent drop in the energy charge.
For a residential customer using 500 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity, that will mean a reduction from $89.06 a month to $86.36 a month, spokesman Mike Skelton said.
PSNH bills set to be reduced
Public Service of New Hampshire customers will see a reduction in their monthly bills in July after state regulators adjusted rates, the company said yesterday.
Customers using 500 kilowatt-hours per month of electricity will see their bills drop by $2.70 beginning in July, PSNH said in a press release. The overall service rate will decrease by 3 percent.