Xcel billing issues in North Dakota spotlight
BISMARCK - A newly-elected North Dakota Public Service Commission member is taking a serious look at billing or meter problems occurring at the state's largest utility.
Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk, who took office Jan. 1, is asking questions about Xcel Energy's use of estimated bills for multiple months this winter, which have resulted in electric heat bills this month of up to $900 for some residential customers and similar jolts for a few natural gas customers.
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