Xcel Energy electric customers will be getting a credit on their monthly bills.
The Public Service Commission says that’s a result of an agreement with Xcel for a past rate case.
"It turns out they over-collected $201,000," said Commissioner Julie Fedorchak. "The settlement agreement requires Xcel to make a one-time bill refund. That will be a credit on the bills of active customers who made bill payments in 2012."
Fedorchak says the average residential customer will see a $1 credit on their bills. Some large industrial customers will see as much as $1100.