ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Matanuska Electric Association members will see a slight drop in their bills after the new year.
The co-op says its rates are going down.
The cooperative's board of directors approved a .53 percent decrease in base rates starting the first week of January.
Most customers will not see a big drop in their electric bill.
According to MEA, the average home, which uses just under 800 kilowatt-hours of electricity each month, will save 43 cents in monthly electricity costs.