- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 17, 2014

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire’s largest utility has asked for a rate reduction that would see the average customer’s bill dip slightly.

Public Service Company of New Hampshire has asked the state Public Utilities Commission for some reductions to various charges, such as distribution, transmission, and stranded cost recovery. A slight increase was requested in its energy service charge, to reflect higher costs during the winter.

If approved by regulators, the changes are expected to go into effect July 1.

PSNH says an average residential customer using 500 kilowatt hours of energy would see a monthly bill reduction of 31 cents, to $91.68.

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