OG&E has announced it will lower its monthly Oklahoma fuel cost recovery effective with the first customer billing cycle in October. The average residential customer will see a reduction of $2.70 per month. A spokesman says the reduction stems from the utility's ability to reduce wind-related grid congestion by adding technology that better controls the flow of electricity on its transmission system. Other factors include a milder than expected winter and lower costs for natural gas which is used to generate electricity.
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