JEA customers can expect their next bill to be a little bit lower.
The JEA Board Tuesday
approved a fuel credit at its monthly meeting.
JEA Executive Director Paul McElroy says the savings come from a lower than expected cost in natural gas.
The one-time credit will work out to about 35-dollars for the average residential customer. Commercial customers a likely to see about a 2-thousand dollar credit.
The credit will be a boon to the Duval County School Board and the City of Jacksonville which will earn credits of a few hundred thousand dollars.
JEA Customers whose meter is read in late April will see the credit on their May bills.