Residential Electric Rates
|Distribution Charge:||$18.80 per month|
|Energy Charge:||Summer (June thru September)||.07331 per kWh|
|Winter (December thru March)||.07020 per kWh|
|Transitional months (October, November, April & May)||.06825 per kWh|
Add 3 percent school tax
Effective: October 1, 2016
Fuel Cost Adjustment
The Fuel Cost Adjustment (FCA) is a per kilowatt hour charge by TVA. It allows TVA to recover costs associated with the volatility of market-based fuels (coal, natural gas) and purchased energy costs. The amount of the fuel cost is determined by calculating the difference between the amount TVA expected to pay for fuel in a given month (included in base rates) and the costs they actually incur. For more information, visit tva.com/Energy/Our-Power-System.
For the month of May 2017, the rate for residential members is .02177 cents per kilowatt hour used.
- 1,000 kilowatts at .02177 = $21.77
- 1,400 kilowatts at .02177 = $30.48
- 2,500 kilowatts at .02177 = $54.43
You have control. By lowering your consumption you can reduce the amount of your electric bill and the fuel cost. Here are some points to remember.
Increased usage can be because more heating is required due to colder temperatures, you use more hot water, or cook more during holidays. Knowing What Uses Watts can help you control electric usage. Read more…
Explanation of Charges
Member charges are based on the Cooperative’s cost of providing certain services to individual members. Members using these services pay for them so rates may be kept low for other members who do not need these special services. Other charges may be applicable in special situations. Deposits and charges are subject to change.