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Oahu residential electric bills little changed in Nov.

By Star-Advertiser Staff


Electricity bills for the typical Oahu residential customer are little changed this month.

Hawaiian Electric Co. said the typical 600-kilowatt-hour bill for Oahu residential customers is $158.37 in November, compared with $158.28 in October.

The effective rate for electricity ion Oahu is 24.87 cents per kilowatt hour, compared with 24.86 cents in October.

Elsewhere in the state:

• Rates for Maui customers rose to 30.06 cents per kilowatt hour this month from October’s 29.29 cents. The typical Maui bill rose by $4.63 to $188.87.

• Big Island residential rates rose to 34.92 cents from last month’s 33.74 cents. The typical bill rose by $7.09 to $220.62.

• On Kauai, the rate rose to 35.71 cents per kilowatt hour from 34.32 cents in October.

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