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Georgia Power customers to see lower bills

Georgia Power customers will see a nearly $5 decrease each month in their bills. (Source: WALB) Georgia Power customers will see a nearly $5 decrease each month in their bills. (Source: WALB)
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Commissioner Tim Echols made a stop at the Flint RiverQuarium Friday as part of his statewide energy tour. (Source: WALB) Commissioner Tim Echols made a stop at the Flint RiverQuarium Friday as part of his statewide energy tour. (Source: WALB)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Georgia Power customers can expect to see a dip in their bills.

Commissioner Tim Echols made a stop at the Flint RiverQuarium Friday as part of his statewide energy tour.

Echols and students from schools all over the U.S. are traveling in a propane fueled van, visiting seven cities in Georgia.

He announced Georgia Power customers will see a nearly $5 decrease each month in their bills.

"This is in addition to a $5 drop last December, making an almost $10 drop over the last six months," said Echols.

The Energy Tour's next stop is in Savannah Friday night.

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