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Rate 37 is a time-of-day rate available for general service customers with annual maximum demands less than 350 kW.
Beginning January 1, 2009 customers whose peak demand is between 300 kW and 350 kW* are required to take service under Rate 37.
The following calculator will help you understand the impact of billing under Rate 37, and of how shifting your electricity usage will affect your bill.
See the actual rate schedule for additional information.
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Use this calculator to compare charges under time-of-day Rate 37 with charges under general service Rate 35. Enter data for each Rate 35 bill (up to 12 months) and click the "Add" button. You will be able to update or remove your entries below.
After you have entered at least one month of data, click the "Calculate" button to see your comparison. If you do not have an on and off peak demand (kW) on your bill, leave the Off-peak demand
box blank and put your billed demand in the On-Peak box.
This calculator is being provided for customers that are moving from Rate 35 to Rate 37, a Time of Use rate.
The calculations are intended to show the impact of the move to this new rate as well as how shifting your On-peak usage can affect your bill.
Because the calculations performed by this calculator use current rates for all bill data entered, the output may not exactly match your older bills.
To create a comparison report for Rate 35 and Rate 37, please follow these easy steps: