Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Monday's announcement that SCE&G rates be temporarily reduced by 15 percent, lead people to question just how much their bills would be reduced by and how they would be receiving the four-months worth of rate refunds.

News 19 reached out to SCE&G about these questions and they sent us to their website, where many questions are being answered about the temporary lowered rates.

Click here for bill adjustment answers.

The average customer, who uses 1,000/kwh per month, will see a $22 reduction in their bill. That number could be higher or lower depending on your monthly usage.

Your refund will also come in the form of a bill credit. If you moved and ended your service with SCE&G, but were a customer between April-July of this year, you will receive a refund check at your new address.

SCE&G is required to reduce nuclear rates from now until the end of the year, as well as refunds going back to April 1, 2018. Those cuts are expected to total about $270 million.

By the end of December, the Public Service Commission is expected to establish a new permanent rate.