Pricing & Rates
Helping you find the right rate plan is important. That's why we invite you to try out our Rate Advisor tool. Some rates are specific to your business or power usage, and this interactive guide will assist you with your rate selection — just by answering a few simple questions.
Pricing & Rates
Which is the right rate plan for your business? We have plans for every type of business, including yours. Rates are based on the relative size of your business and the amount of power typically required to run that type of business. To help guide you through this process, general descriptions of the business categories that define our rates are listed below. While these categories represent standard businesses, sometimes businesses can overlap so be sure to explore each one.
Small Business - Individually owned, Mom and Pop grocery stores or restaurants with an electricity demand of less than 30 kW
Medium Business - Fast-food restaurants and small grocery stores with monthly electricity requirements of between 30 kW and 499 kW
Large Business - Department stores, large grocery stores, and warehouses with monthly electricity requirements of 500 kW or greater
Marginally Priced - Customers who desire and qualify for hourly pricing, such as national chains, department stores and large office buildings
Governments and Institutions - Customers who have governmental or institutional ties such as schools, government office buildings, etc.
Agricultural - Agricultural- and farming-related businesses
Outdoor Lighting - For public and private areas, including parking-lot, security and street lighting
Special Off-peak Business Rates
For customers who have shorter hours, or have the ability to shift usage away from 2-7pm, weekdays.
Offers a service that averages the highs and lows of your standard-service electric bill by giving you an average price to pay each month.
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