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Rate Plan Comparison Tool

Could your business save money by switching to a different rate plan? Use this tool to get a custom comparison between your current plan and other plan options.

  • See how your costs, like monthly bills and average seasonal costs, could change with a different rate plan.
  • Get estimates based on your business’s past usage.
  • Choose and switch plans now.

Note: You must be an SCE customer for at least 12 months to use the this tool.

Important Notice About Business Plan Changes

Starting in March 2019, two rate plan changes coming to businesses may affect your business.  Use the Rate Plan Comparison Tool to find out if you're affected.

 

1Time-of-use (TOU) Peak Hours Are Changing

Your TOU peak hours may be changing to a new time period, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. This means you could lower your costs by shifting more of your energy use before 4 p.m. and after 9 p.m.

 

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2Shift to Critical Peak Pricing (CPP)

Some businesses will be automatically enrolled in the Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) program to help ensure California has a reliable energy supply. CPP offers a discount on summer electricity rates in exchange for higher prices during 12 “CPP event” days per year––typically days of extreme energy demand. If your business is able to reduce its energy use or shift usage away from CPP events, you can lower your overall costs.

Who is affected?

dot  Businesses with service accounts under 200 kW

dot  Agricultural and Pumping customers with service accounts over 200 kW

 

With CPP, You Have a Choice

You can opt out of CPP anytime by choosing a different rate plan with the Rate Plan Comparison Tool, but you might miss out on lower bills.

 

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* Note: You must have at least 12 months of usage data to use the Rate Plan Comparison Tool.