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Just in time to turn your heater on, power bills are going down.
Florida Power & Light is expecting to spend less money on fuel next year, and that is likely to reduce your FPL bill starting in January. The average customer would see a decrease of about $5 next year, from $108.61 to $103.51. That is even a deeper cut to bills than FPL told state regulators to expect back in September.
The slide is the result of recent and projected prices for natural gas and oil, two fuels on which FPL relies heavily to run its power plants around the state, the company said.
While FPL had previously …