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NEW Customer Rate Options
We are offering two new rates that may benefit you, depending on how you use electricity. The rate information below is for the Seasonal Heat Pump rate and the Electric Technology rate can be found here. To enroll in the Seasonal Heat Pump rate, please fill out the form below.
Seasonal Heat Pump Rate
If you have a heat pump or are planning to install one, the Seasonal Heat Pump rate may be beneficial for you. This rate has been approved by the MPUC as a pilot program and is limited to the first 5,000 customer enrollments
Requirements to Participate:
- You will need to affirm that you have a heat pump.
- You are expected to enroll in this rate for at least 12 months. If you opt out of the rate before the end of the 12-month period, you will not be able to participate in the rate again for 12 months.
As shown below, the rate has a lower delivery rate per kWh in the winter months, a higher delivery rate per kWh in the summer months and a higher monthly customer charge than Rate A.
|Residential Rates||Seasonal Heat Pump Rate||Rate A
(effective January 1, 2023)
|Per kWh Charge||May 1st – October 31st: Higher kWh rate: $0.158188
November 1st – April 30th: Lower kWh rate: $0.004064
|$0.086420 all months|
The residential Seasonal Heat Pump rate does not include the first 50 kWh use in the Service Charge like Rate A does. It does include the first 750 kWh of usage sales-tax free.
Calculator: Use this calculator to determine if the Seasonal Heat Pump rate may be beneficial to you. Input your monthly usage to see the estimated cost of delivery for each available rate. You can view your historical usage in Energy Manager or sign up for eBill where you can view up to 13 months of past bills.
The calculator will provide your estimated delivery cost and does not include tax fees or interest. Supply charges are not included in these calculations.
CUSTOMER FACING CALCULATOR
|Date||Total kWh's||ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY RATE||RATE A||SEASONAL HEAT PUMP RATE|
|Subtotals||Total Electric Technology Rate||Total RateA||Total Seasonal Heat Pump Rate|