WLNS.com is reporting that customers of Consumers Energy will see a refund from the utility provider. According to the story, the refund is the result of Consumers Energy hiking its rates in September 2016.

Since the Michigan Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a $113,277,000 electric hike that takes effect next week, Consumers owes its customers some money, since the utility company's September hike exceeded the M.P.S.C.'s approved amount.

Beginning with March bills, some Consumers Energy residential customers may see a lower bill amount. Read the full story from WLNS here to see if you qualify.