Progress Energy customers should expect to pay a little more on upcoming utilities bills.
The News and Observer reports that Progress Energy's proposed 3.7 percent rate hike has been approved.
The paper says a typical household that uses 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity a month will see their bills go up by about $4, from $102 to $106 a month.
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