INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Power and Light customers will soon be seeing lower bills.
Thursday, the Indiana Regulatory Commision approved a plan that will allow IPL to begin crediting approximately $9.5 million back to customers over the next six months.
The bill cuts are a direct result from last year's federal tax cut.
The typical customer will see their bill go down approximately $1.50 per month, but those rates will vary depending on the customer's normal energy usage.
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