General Service Price Plan
The energy charge of the General Service Price Plan (E-36) uses stretcher blocks, which means the price per kilowatt-hour (kWh) declines as kilowatt-hour consumption increases relative to electric demand (kilowatts used).
This encourages customers to keep their energy usage as stable or as flat as possible — avoiding spiking demand. This promotes efficient use and operation of generation resources.
This chart lists the General Service Price Plans blocks and prices:
The following per kilowatt hour (kWh) charges apply to the E-36 plan:
Summer (May, June, September, October)
First 350 kWh: $0.1009/kWh
Next 180 kWh per kW *: $0.0972/kWh
Next 155 kWh per kW: $0.0817/kWh
All remaining kWh: $0.0597
Summer Peak (July, August)
First 350 kWh: $0.1231/kWh
Next 180 kWh per kW *: $0.1110/kWh
Next 155 kWh per kW: $0.0925/kWh
All remaining kWh: $0.0697
First 350 kWh: $0.0800/kWh
Next 180 kWh per kW *: $0.0764/kWh
Next 155 kWh per kW: $0.0692/kWh
All remaining kWh: $0.0522
* If no billing demand, all remaining kWh.
In addition to per kilowatt hour charges, demand charges and a service charge apply. They are:
Summer demand charge: $4.82
Summer Peak demand charge: $7.15
Winter demand charge: $4.47
Monthly service charge: $22.08 plus meter charge (CT/PT $17.52 or demand/non-demand $6.75)
Note: The demand charge applies to all kW > 5kW for the maximum demand measured. The overall price will decrease with lower kW demand. The higher the load factor, the lower the price per kWh.
Download a printable version of these prices.
Comparison chart: A side-by-side comparison of the features of the General Service and Time-of-Use price plans.