Emera Maine customers to pay a little less starting in July
BANGOR, Maine (AP) — Customers of the Maine utility Emera Maine will pay less for the delivery of electricity starting this month.
Emera Maine says a typical residential customer in the Bangor Hydro District will be billed about $2.61 less than previous rates. A typical resident of the Maine Public District will be billed about 81 cents less.
The utility says a typical residential customer uses about 500 kilowatt hours per month. The new rates go into effect on Saturday.
Emera Maine is the second-largest electricity utility in Maine and delivers electricity to more than 158,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers.