Duke Energy Carolinas is proposing a decrease in monthly fuel costs for its South Carolina customers beginning this fall.(Video above: Morning headlines) The company says the proposal is part of an annual adjustment of the actual cost of fuel used to generate electricity at its power plants.If approved, a typical residential customer in South Carolina using 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per month would see a decrease
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