Electric Supply Rates
The supply portion of your bill is the cost of electricity you use. These rates are based on the current market price of electricity.
How Frequently Supply Rates Change
Supply rates change twice each year—on January 1 and July 1—as demand for energy increases or decreases.
Current Supply Rates
These rates are listed in cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh). A kWh is a measure of energy use over time.
||July 1 -
Dec. 31, 2020
|Jan. 1 -
June 30, 2021
|Rate 5 *
|Rate 7 (On-Peak)
|Rate 7 (Off-Peak)
* Note: New customers are no longer eligible for Rate 5.
If you have a different rate, visit our full list of generation rates or see the List and Applicability of Rates and Riders.
How We Calculate the Supply Rate
The total Supplier Services Rate includes the Generation Service Charge (GSC), the FMCC Generation and Energy Adjustment Clause (if applicable).
Compare With Third Party Suppliers
To compare with third party supplier alternatives, add together the following charges: Generation Service, FMCC Generation and Energy Adjustment Clause (if applicable).