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CEI BILLS DROP BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1

 CLEVELAND, Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company bills for typical customers using 500 kilowatt-hours of electricity a month will drop about 84 cents beginning Sept. 1.
 The company's request to reduce fuel charges was approved today by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. These charges are adjusted every September and March.
 Typical households using 500 kilowatt-hours of electricity currently pay $67.45 a month, which includes $6.99 for fuel. Starting Sept. 1 and running through March, charges for fuel on typical bills will drop to $6.15 per month. These savings are passed directly on to customers.
 Fuel charges involve the cost of purchasing coal, oil and uranium to power generating plants. They also include any power the company must buy from other utilities to meet customers' needs, the cost of transferring the power from one utility to another, as well as adjustments in these charges from previous periods.
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 /CONTACT: Todd M. Schneider of The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, 216-479-4905 or 216-623-1090 after hours/


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