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By PAT FAHERTY
Special to the Citizen
Residential customers of Duke Energy Florida and Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative will be paying more for power starting in January.
After enjoying an average 6 percent rate decrease for 2013, household power costs for Duke customers will be going up about 8 percent in 2014.
In November, the Florida Public Service Commission set recovery charges for Duke and three other investor-owned utilities. The new rates take effect January.
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