Starting with your March 2021 bill, you will see a delivery rate adjustment as well as an adjusted Customer Service Charge.
How much is the increase?
Your actual bill impact will depends on your rate class, weather conditions and the amount of energy you use.
An average residential Rate 2 heating customer uses 100 cubic feet (Ccf) in March. At this usage level, you would see a $4.61 or 2.8% bill increase.
Here are the total average annual increases based on the type of rate you may be on:
||Total Average Increase
|Residential Non-Heating (Rate 1)
|Residential Heating (Rate 2)
|Residential Multi-Dwelling (Rate 3)
|Business Small C&I (Rate 10)
|Business Medium C&I (Rate 20)
|Business Large C&I (Rate 30)
The monthly fixed customer charge is not dependent on usage. This is a fixed charge that covers costs related to metering, billing and account maintenance.
|Monthly Fixed Customer Charge