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Cold weather, fuel costs lead to higher energy bills

Updated: Tuesday, February 4 2014, 05:56 PM CST
You may have noticed an increase in your electricity bill this year compared to last  year, but Entergy says it has not increased its rates.           
A spokesperson says colder weather and an end to temporary credits and fuel refunds have caused bills to rise.
Last year's average bill for January was about $83.
This year, it's about $113.
A spokesperson tells us fuel costs are passed on to customers, and last year, customers received fuel refunds.
Also, Debi Derrick says the average temperature for December and January of this year is about six degrees colder than last year, and turning the heat up means a higher bill.Cold weather, fuel costs lead to higher energy bills


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