Entergy's proposal calls for two phases of rate increases for residential customers in Algiers, who were switched from Entergy Louisiana to its New Orleans subsidiary in 2015. Its first adjustment, effective August 2019 according to its revised rate case, would add $3.65 per month to the typical summer bill for households that consume a benchmark 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity. Their power use cost would come to nearly $108, not including any riders or fuel adjustment charges added to monthly bills. The second increase would happen in September 2021 and tack on another $3.76 per month.
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