Your electricity bill has gone up through no fault of your own.
Starting on July 1st, Homer Electric Association bills went up due to an increase in the cost of power adjustment, or COPA. The COPA is added to reflect increases in the cost of natural gas used to generate electricity.
The increase, from roughly 6.7 cents per kilowatt hour to roughly 7.3 cents, an increase of 8.49 percent.
Homer Electric estimates that a residential customer using 550 kilowatt hours of electricity a month will an increase of $3.13.