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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-3-D, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-2-E, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Tiered Plan

Plan Overview
Our Tiered Rate Plan offers set amounts of energy at different pricing levels - or “tiers” - each month. Households begin each billing period at the Tier 1 rate until their allocation is used, then the rate goes up to Tier 2. A state-mandated High Usage Charge may also apply.

Rate Tiers in Each Billing Cycle

 
Energy Usage Tier chart: Tier 1 up to baseline allocation = 18 cents per kwh. Tier 2 101-400% over baseline allocation = 25 cents per kwh. High Usage over 400% baseline allocation = 35 cents per kwh.
 
Who May Benefit?
  • Households who can keep energy usage low throughout the month
  • Households who use moreenergy in late afternoons and early evenings

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-1-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Small- to medium-sized businesses with demands equal to or greater than 20 kW but below 200 kW
  • Retailers, service stations, schools, and larger restaurants

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use(TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. The highest rate on TOU-D-A are between 2 PM to 8 PM on weekdays.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Low and medium energy users(less than 700kWh/mo.)
  • Apartment dwellers who do not use A/C
  • NEM Customers

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use(TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. The highest rate on TOU-D-B are between 2 PM to 8 PM on weekdays.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

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Who may benefit?
  • Higher usage customers (more than 700 kWh/mo.)
  • Large households with children or seniors
  • Homes with A/C or a swimming pool

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use(TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. The highest rate on TOU-D-B are between 2 PM to 8 PM on weekdays.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Low and medium energy users (less than 700 kWh/mo.)
  • Apartment dwellers who do not use A/C
  • NEM Customers

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use (TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. Unlike other TOU plans, TOU-D-T also features tiered rate pricing. The highest rates on this plan are between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Households who can keep energy usage low throughout the month
  • Households who use energy in the early morning or evening during the week

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use (TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. The highest rates on TOU-D-4-9PM are between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. daily.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

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Who may benefit?
  • Customers who use energy before late afternoon or the later evening
  • Small to moderately-sized homes or condos

 

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Plan Overview
This is a Time-Of-Use (TOU) plan that features different rates based on the time of day, day of the week, and season. The highest rates on TOU-D-5-8PM are between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Customers who use energy before 5 p.m.
  • Those who are home during the day
  • Small homes

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-1-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Those who use most energy during off-peak hours (after 6 p.m.
  • Small restaurants, grocery stores, print shops.

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-1-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Those who use most energy during off-peak hours (after 6 p.m.)
  • Small restaurants, grocery stores, print shops.

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Small- to medium-sized businesses with demands equal to or greater than 20 kW but below 200 kW
  • Retailers, service stations, schools, and larger restaurants

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-2-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Small- to medium-sized businesses with demands equal to or greater than 20 kW but below 200 kW
  • Retailers, service stations, schools, and larger restaurants

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-3-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Medium-sized commercial and industrial businesses with electrical equipment registering demands from 200 kW through 500 kW
  • You may benefit from this plan if you can move usage to lower-priced mid- and off-peak hours
  • 24-hour service stations, convenience marts, recreational facilities, churches, restaurants, and motels

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-3-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Medium-sized commercial and industrial businesses with electrical equipment registering demands from 200 kW through 500 kW
  • You may benefit from this plan if you can move usage to lower-priced mid- and off-peak hours
  • 24-hour service stations, convenience marts, recreational facilities, churches, restaurants, and motels

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-3-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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weekday weekend
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Who may benefit?
  • Medium-sized commercial and industrial businesses with electrical equipment registering demands from 200 kW through 500 kW
  • You may benefit from this plan if you can move usage to lower-priced mid- and off-peak hours
  • 24-hour service stations, convenience marts, recreational facilities, churches, restaurants, and motels

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-8-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Medium-sized commercial and industrial businesses with electrical equipment registering demands from 200 kW through 500 kW
  • You may benefit from this plan if you can move usage to lower-priced mid- and off-peak hours
  • 24-hour service stations, convenience marts, recreational facilities, churches, restaurants, and motels

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-8-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Mandatory for accounts 500kW
  • On-peak, mid-peak and off-peak energy charges that are lower in winter and higher in summer
  • Interval Meter Required

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-8-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Mandatory for accounts >500kW
  • On-peak, mid-peak and off-peak energy charges that are lower in winter and higher in summer
  • Interval Meter Required

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

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Who may benefit?
  • Available to small and medium-sized Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be less than 200 kW.1
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand charge, but no Time Related Demand Charges.

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to small and medium-sized Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be less than 200 kW.1
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand charge, but no Time Related Demand Charges.

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-3-B, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

Summer Rates (Jun-Sept) Winter Rates (Oct-May)

weekday weekend
weekday weekend
description
 
Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-PA-2-A, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

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Who may benefit?
  • Available to large Agricultural and Pumping customers with maximum demands expected to be between 200 kW and 500 kW2. Certain customers with demands above 500 kW are eligible for this rate schedule if they meet certain eligibility criteria, including individual water agencies and water pumping accounts that pump 70 percent or more of their water for agricultural purposes and for all customers that meet SCE’s Rule 1 Definition of Agricultural Power Service1.
  • Option A of this rate has higher energy charges compared to Option B and a Facilities-Related Demand Charge but no Time-Related Demand charges.
  • Customers on this rate schedule may also participate in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program as an available rate option

 

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Plan Overview
Under TOU-GS-2-D, your monthly bill is calculated based on two types of charges: a fixed “Customer Charge” and “Energy Charges” based on your actual usage in kWh.

Schedule of Rates (in kWh)

 

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Who may benefit?
  • TOU-GS-2-D
  • TOU-GS-2-D
  • TOU-GS-2-D

 

Your rate plan is changing

Due to statewide changes, your current rate plan is being discontinued.
Your new plan Starting March 2019 will be:

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Your Estimated Costs on the New Plan

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why is my plan changing?
As part of a Californa Public Utilities Commision statewide inititative, customers are being transitioned to new rates to:
  • Promote energy conservation
  • Improve electric grid relability
why is my account being switched to a plan that will cost me more?
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What are my options?
Using the Rate Plan Comparison Tool, you can:
  • Choose the same plan without CPP
  • Choose another plan that's right for you
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