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Dominion Energy North Carolina electric customers will see significant savings due to federal tax reforms. Earlier this year we cut our rates to give the savings back to customers and this month you will see a one-time credit on your bill. The actual amount will vary based on usage. A typical residential customer using 1,000 kilowatts a month saw a rate cut of $4.64 earlier this year and will receive a $68.93 credit on their April bill.

We're also asking to adjust our rates for the first time in three years. The proposal includes further tax reform savings and would lower the fuel charge. It also includes support for investments to ensure safe, reliable, affordable and environmentally sound electricity. If approved, the typical residential customer's monthly bill would go up by about 6 percent by February 2020 to $120.08, still well below regional and national averages.

Customers will receive additional information on the proposed rate changes from the North Carolina Utilities Commission.

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