MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — People will soon start noticing a credit on their next electricity bill.

Xcel Energy says most of its $136 million gain from last year’s federal tax act will go directly to its customers.

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It means someone who pays between $85 to $90 per month will get a refund of about $45 as a one-time bill credit.

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Someone who pays around $48 or less will see about $8.

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously to distribute the money.

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Xcel says refunds should be made by the end of the year.