Our air conditioners will be working overtime this week, trying to keep us cool. We have some tips for you to help keep your electric bill down. Xcel Energy says there are things you can do, to lower your electric use this week.
Minnesota regulators have approved an electric rate increase that's less than half of what Xcel Energy originally sought. On a 4-0 vote, the state Utilities Commission Thursday approved a 2.7% rate increase for Xcel Energy's electricity customers in Minnesota.
Xcel Energy is making some safety upgrades to it's two nuclear power plants in Monticello and Prairie Island. Director of Nuclear Regulatory Policy Terry Pickens says they're bringing in new portable equipment.
The state rule that prevents utility companies from turning off the heat to people who get behind on their bills resumes on Saturday. It's called the cold weather rule and it applies from Oct. 15 to April 15.
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