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Electric Car Rate Options

Plug In to the Right Rate

We offer 2 rate schedules designed for businesses planning to charge electric vehicles. Learn more about your options here; then, call us for assistance in selecting the rate schedule that best fits your business’ day-to-day operations and budget. If you are a property manager, you may be eligible for a residential rate schedule.

Using Your Existing Rate Schedule

If you prefer, you may combine your new electric vehicle charging load with existing non-residential load on a single meter. In this case, all of your business’ energy will be priced on a single rate. Existing rate components—such as time-of-use periods, energy charges or demand charges—may apply. If the combined existing non-residential load and electric vehicle charging load is above 500 kilowatts on 1 meter, load must be served on the TOU-8 rate.

Rate Schedules for Electric Vehicles

We offer 2 non-residential, separately-metered rate options specifically for charging electric vehicles. These rates may help lower your bill, particularly if most of your charging takes place off-peak between 9 p.m. and noon. The TOU-EV-3 rate is designed for smaller commercial premises; the TOU-EV-4 plan is designed for larger commercial premises.

Rate Option 1: TOU-EV-3

TOU-EV-3 has two rate options: Option A and Option B. Option A is the same rate structure that was previously available within Schedule TOU-EV-3, with no Facilities Related Demand (FRD) charges. Under the new Option B, a service account will be billed FRD charges that are based on the monthly maximum registered kW demand.

This separately metered rate is designed for electric vehicle charging at non-residential premises served under a General Service rate schedule. The electric vehicle load served under TOU-EV-3 cannot exceed 20 kilowatts (kW). Be sure to let your installer know you’ll require a 2nd meter when you request a quote. Get the details and review the chart below.

TOU-EV-3-A Rate Schedule
Summer Winter

On-Peak
Noon to 6 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.36 cents / kWh

.16 cents / kWh

Mid-Peak
8 a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.17 cents / kWh

.14 cents / kWh

Off-Peak
All other hours

.09 cents / kWh

.10 cents / kWh

Customer Charge

.836 cents / day

 

  • The Summer season is the first Sunday in June through the first Saturday in October. The Winter season is the first Sunday in October through the first Saturday in June.
  • Rates effective January 1, 2015

 

TOU-EV-3-B Rate Schedule
Summer Winter

On-Peak
Noon to 6 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.33 cents / kWh

.12 cents / kWh

Mid-Peak
8 a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.14 cents / kWh

.11 cents / kWh

Off-Peak
All other hours

.06 cents / kWh

.07 cents / kWh

Facilities Related Demand Charge

$7.23 / kW / Month

 

Customer Charge

.836 cents / day

 

Notes About This Rate Plan

  • The Summer season is the first Sunday in June through the first Saturday in October. The Winter season is the first Sunday in October through the first Saturday in June.
  • Rates effective January 1, 2015

Rate Option 2: TOU-EV-4

This separately metered rate is designed for electric car charging at non-residential premises that may be served on a demand-metered General Service rate schedule. The electric vehicle load must be over 20 kW and below 500 kW. This rate allows customers to have a separate service extension, where necessary, and is subject to time- and facility-related demand charges.

Be sure to let your installer know you’ll require a second meter when you request a quote. Get the details and review the chart below.

TOU-EV-4 Rate Schedule
Summer Winter

On-Peak
Noon to 6 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.29 cents / kWh

.11 cents / kWh

Mid-Peak
8 a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays except holidays

.12 cents / kWh

.09 cents / kWh

Off-Peak
All other hours

.05 cents / kWh

.06 cents / kWh

Facilities Related Demand Charge

$13.20 / kW / Month

Customer Charge

$198.79 / Month

Notes About This Rate Plan

  • The Summer season is the first Sunday in June through the first Saturday in October. The Winter season is the first Sunday in October through the first Saturday in June.
  • Rates effective January 1, 2015.


1 If the combined existing non-residential load and electric vehicle (EV) charging load is above 500 kilowatts on one meter, it must be served on the TOU-8 rate.

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