Homefield Energy will offer around $87,000 in refunds to 5,900 customers who were overbilled.
The Daily Chronicle reports an aggregation contract approved by the city council was supposed to lower rates by 12.9%. beginning in July. However, the company didn’t enter the change into their system. As a result, affected residents were billed at the old rate of 7.237 cents per kilowatt hour in July and August, rather than 6.307 cents per kilowatt hour.