New Hampshire Electric Cooperative and Liberty Utilities say customers will see their bills decrease, effective May 1.
The change is the result of a decrease in the power rate.
For co-op customers, it comes out to about $23.67 less per month for a residential member using 500 kilowatts per month. For a customer using 1,000 kilowatts per month, it's about $47.33.
At Liberty, the reduction will mean a $46 decrease per month for an average residential customer.