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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Rochester Public Utilities is considering a new program for customers who want to save money on their electric bill.

It’s called ”Residential-Time-of-Use Service” and is scheduled for a vote by the RPU Board Tuesday.

The board is being asked to approve a pilot program involving 200 residential customers that would begin in January.

Under the program, “participants will be charged according to the Residential-Time-of-Use rate. No refunds will be given if the Residential-Time-of-Use Service rate results in a higher bill than would have occurred under the Residential Service rate.”

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