AC can be amazing!

by midalake @, Monday, June 24, 2019, 21:37 (87 days ago) @ Talley Ho

The rates are the same. There is a difference between commercial and residential rates.

What you could be feeling is the history. Once a meter enters the DAC rates, it's all about averages. You stay at that high rate until the 12 month average drops below 800 KWH each billing period. Then you will drop to the normal tiered rates.

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Here is a link that explains it. Once you figure it out, it all makes sense. Until then, it can be confusing.

Every Sunday we log the electric meter reading and weigh the cat. For us it's the easiest way to monitor those two things.

https://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/your-cfe-electric-bill-explained-at-last-plus-tips-for-keeping-it-low/


I am not so sure you are correct on how long it takes to get out of the DAC rate. I have left the DAC rate after two billing cycles 4 months. Unless there has been a recent change? I can tell you soon, should be out of the DAC rate in July.

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