Fayetteville Public Utilities (FPU) announced this week that the total monthly fuel cost will decrease in March by $1.64 on the average electric bill for 1,330 kilowatts. This brings the average residential electric bill to $143.65 for the month. The same kilowatt use in February cost residential consumers $145.29.
According to FPU’s CEO and General Manager Britt Dye, TVA’s residential total monthly fuel cost amounts have fallen a total of $4.70 since the beginning of the year.
March electric rates continue to reflect TVA’s winter period rate schedule. TVA’s winter season rates began on December 1 and will remain in place through March 31. April and May are transition months where TVA rates are traditionally lower.
For a complete listing of FPU’s electric rates, click on the rates section in the menu on the left. To help our customers with controlling energy costs, FPU offers a budget billing plan to average monthly electric and natural gas bills. FPU also offers the TVA eScore program to assist customers with energy-efficient, home-improvement projects. Contact the FPU Customer Service Department for details at 931-433-1522.