Electric Rates and Tariff

Review our different rate structures (shown below), designed to meet your individual needs. Then, read the rest of our Tariff1—CoServ Electric’s official terms of providing power.

1 The CoServ Electric Tariff is subject to change and amendment from time to time as authorized and approved by our Board of Directors. We will make every effort to promptly update the Tariff on this website.

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Public Buildings (under 35 kW)

 

Applicable to public buildings (including schools, churches and community halls, but not municipal facilities) under 35 kW. 

Customer Charge $20.00 per meter
                 
Energy Charge (November–April)   Energy Charge (November–April)
  November 2018     December 2018
  First 700 kWh
  $0.125304     First 700 kWh
  $0.125304
  MINUS the PCRF $0.036     MINUS the PCRF $0.03
    = $0.089304 per kWh       = $0.090304 per kWh
                 
  Over 700 kWh
  $0.115304     Over 700 kWh
  $0.115304
  MINUS the PCRF $0.036     MINUS the PCRF $0.035
    = $0.079304 per kWh       = $0.080304 per kWh

Public Buildings (over 35 kW)

 

Applicable to public buildings (including schools, churches and community halls, but not municipal facilities) over 35 kW. 

Customer Charge $35.00 per meter
                 
Energy Charge (November–April)   Energy Charge (November–April)
  November 2018     December 2018
  First 150 kWh per kW   $0.138325     First 150 kWh per kW   $0.138325
  MINUS the PCRF $0.036     MINUS the PCRF $0.035
    = $0.102325 per kWh       = $0.103325 per kWh
                 
  Over 150 kWh per KW   $0.104345     Over 150 kWh per KW   $0.104345
  MINUS the PCRF $0.036     MINUS the PCRF $0.035
    = $0.068345 per kWh       = $0.069345 per kWh

A Power Cost Recovery Factor (PCRF) allows CoServ to adjust for changes in wholesale fuel costs. Because wholesale costs can fluctuate from month to month, CoServ uses the PCRF to more accurately calculate your bill. When our wholesale power costs go up, the PCRF increases, and vice versa. If the PCRF is a negative (as it has been since May 2009), we subtract it from the base rate to calculate your bill.
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