LUMA Energy proposes a 1.1% reduction in the electricity bill between April and June

LUMA Energy proposes a 1.1% reduction in the electricity bill between April and June

LUMA Energy proposed a quarterly adjustment that would result in a 1.1% reduction in the electricity bill for residential customers in the period from April to June, subject to the evaluation of the Puerto Rico Energy Bureau (NEPR).

The bill for the next quarter includes, for the first time, the costs that the operation of the 14 emergency generators that the company will entail. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA, in English) transferred, on March 15, to the Electric Power Authority (AEE). Until that date, FEMA covered 90% of the costs – including natural gas – used by generators, along with a 10% match from the state government that was not charged to consumers.

According to calculations prepared by LUMA Energy, A customer consuming 400 kilowatt hours (kWh) per month would receive a bill of $91.61, or 22.90 cents per kWh. Between January and March, that same customer would have been charged $92.63 per monthequivalent to 23.16 cents per kWh.

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