JEA rate higher than originally estimated

jacksonville, florida – JEA billings could rise again, but possibly more slowly than expected.

An increase may be offset by a decrease in another portion of the invoice.

Essentially, the price a customer pays for billing or customer service, the average “residential customer base rate” is expected to nearly triple from $5.50 per month to $15 per month.

However, the JEA plans to lower its energy cost bills. This means that your average bill is likely to be a net increase of about $4.

Fuel prices, which customers pay for natural gas and coal, surged last year. The JEA expects that price to drop by this spring.

Electricity companies say this could bring down your bill even more, but that cost is always fluctuating and could rise again in the future.

JEA CEO Jay Stowe said at a board meeting last month that fuel prices are expected to fall between now and April, but other price increases and changes will be required in the coming years. rice field.

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