So what are the actual rates?

by midalake @, Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 10:24 (14 days ago) @ Timmac
edited by midalake, Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 10:33

Here in Steilacoom, Washington we pay 8¢ per kwh for the first 1000 kwh, 8.5¢ for the next 1000 kwh, and 9¢ per kwh for everything over 2000 kwh. We usually use just over 2000 kwh/month unless it is really hot or cold. I don’t think we’ve ever gone above 3000 kwh, but I don’t watch it very closely. Our monthly utility bill is around $275, but this includes water and sewer plus $25 a month for the privilege of being connected.

If you are in the DAC rate [and you would be with the amount of power you use]

It is an easy calculation: By the time all the taxes and fees are lumped on your bill the electric rate would be .45 cents [usd] a Killowatt hour.

Welcome to the DAC rate......

OH, and your other welcome package to the DAC rate? Once you have a bill in the DAC rate it will take 6 months [three billing cycles] of not being in the DAC rate for the rate to be readjusted lower.


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