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Utility companies are using a legal loophole to charge homeowners more money when they use more electricity and until NOW there really was no way to avoid it. Most homeowners are aware of supply charges on their electric bills. They see them every year. What MOST of them are missing is the tiered delivery electric charges. They usually look like this:
Transmission Service Charge:
853 kWh x $0.0204348 $17.43
Basic Gen Service Tier 1:
First 417 kWh x $0.0821823 $34.27
Basic Gen Service Tier 2:
First 436 kWh x $0.0823256 $35.89
Distribution Charge Tier 1:
First 417 kWh x $0.063900 $26.64
Distribution Charge Tier 2:
Last 436 kWh x $0.065700 $28.64
Never mind the…
Market Transition Tax:
853 kWh x $0.0010217 $0.871
853 kWh x $0.0042609 $3.63
853 kWh x $0.0062 $5.29
RGGI Energy Efficiency:
853 kWh x $0.004130 $3.52
YOU READ THAT RIGHT? A total of $68.59 worth of fees buried in a $121 electric bill!
Notice the fee structure for Distribution (under Delivery) Charges. The cost increased when going above the first tier (417 kWh rate). YES, the cost increased for using more electricity.
Most homeowners are missing the beat with utilizing a renewable energy source such as solar panels. They would no longer be charged ANY distribution or supply charges through the Net Metering (NEM) program with their utility provider. This means the homeowner literally only pays the Customer Charge. With a state allotment for up to 99% solar production of the current consumption, homeowners are nearly completely eliminating their electric responsibilities.
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