Alabama Power is alerting its customers of an upcoming adjustment to their bills. They are releasing this information in advance to inform and make Alabamians aware of the situation. This will go into effect on their December bill.

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Alabama Power Statement

Many Alabamians are facing challenging times, and no one wants to see rising electric bills. However, the increased cost of fuel to generate electricity has necessitated an adjustment to our rate.

Beginning in December, the typical residential customer bill will increase by about $10 a month to cover the higher cost of fuel used to generate electricity. Using diverse fuel types and sources has helped dampen the adjustment. We do not make money from fuel expenses.

To discuss options, customers chat with us online at AlabamaPower.com or give us a call at 800-245-2244 or visit us in person at one of our offices.

To help customers reduce bills, we offer tips for better managing energy use, finding ways to save and utilizing assistance programs.

Click here for further information on topics like how to better manage your energy usage, finding ways to save, winterization, and how to get assistance.

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Alabama Power has provided information for those who are Medicaid recipients.

Medicaid recipients can save $14.50 on their monthly power bill. To sign up, visit your nearest business office for an application or call us at 1-800-257-APCO.

Partners in the community also are ready to help. More information on resources and assistance programs through Community Action Agencies is available at AlabamaPower.com/PaymentAssistance.

Those able to support neighbors in need can check the Project SHARE box on their Alabama Power bill or online account. Contributions to Project SHARE, run by the Salvation Army, directly support low-income and elderly customers in our communities.

(Source) Press Release sent to Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa from the Alabama Power Public Relations Spokesperson. Click here for more from Alabama Power.

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