PSEG LI announces drop to April power supply charge

The move means the average customer will notice more than an $11 drop in their bill.

The move means the average customer will notice more than an 11 drop in their bill.

The move means the average customer will notice more than an 11 drop in their bill. (4/1/15)

WOODBURY - PSEG Long Island officials are telling customers to expect to pay less on the next electric bill. 

PSEG Long Island says it is lowering April's power supply charge. 

The move means the average customer will notice more than an $11 drop in their bill. 

As News 12 has reported, starting next year PSEG wants to raise rates by roughly 4 percent per year for three years. 

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