BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Customers of the Entergy Corp. subsidiaries in Louisiana can expect a refund sometime within the next year because the utility improperly sold its electricity, causing some customers to pay too much, according to documents filed with Louisiana regulators.

The Advocate reports ( ) that the refund is the result of an order by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that is the latest in a series of decisions about Entergy's "system agreement" that has resulted in refunds for Louisiana customers.

The roughly 380,000 customers of Entergy Gulf States Louisiana L.L.C. began seeing credits on their June bills because of an earlier FERC finding about the contract between Entergy's subsidiaries in four states.


Information from: The Advocate,