Web Content Viewer (JSR 286)

Select the Best Rate for Your Medium Business

If your company uses 20 kW to 500 kW per month, these general service rates are available. A Time-Of-Use (TOU) rate may be the best choice if the majority of your electricity usage occurs outside the peak hours of 12 noon to 6 p.m. on weekdays. For more information about any of these rates, call 1-800-655-4555 to speak with an energy consultant.

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Rate Schedules
Rate Schedules Optimal Choice For


  • This rate will no longer be available beginning January 1, 2015
  • Medium-sized commercial and industrial businesses with electrical equipment registering demands equal to or greater than 20 kW but less than 200 kW
  • Small manufacturing and processing firms, retailers, churches, service stations, schools, and restaurants


  • 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

TOU-GS-2 - Option A
TOU-GS-2 - Option B

  • 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


  • Those who use most energy during off-peak hours (after 6 p.m.)
  • Those who own and operate electric vehicles for business


  • For businesses that own and operate electric vehicles using chargers with a maximum demand of 500 kW or less
  • You can reduce your charging costs by charging between 9 p.m. and noon
  • This schedule includes demand charges – but they are applied only once: to either the TOU-EV-4 account, or to your normal business account, whichever registers the higher demand

Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment Program (OBMC)

  • The Optional Binding Mandatory Curtailment program exempts you from rotating outages
  • In exchange, you must make 15% of the load on your entire circuit available for reduction during every rotating outage
  • OBMC Tariff Sheet

Demand Bidding Program (DBP)

  • Year-round, non-penalty, bid-based program that offers credits for voluntarily reducing power when a DBP event is called
  • Targeted to all business customers, regardless of size
  • No penalty for intermittent participation or performing to partial bids
  • Must have a meter capable of recording usage in-minute intervals (IDR Meter) and access to the Internet to place bids and review performance
  • 25 Service accounts with real-time energy meters can be grouped so that bids can be submitted for just 1 lead account
  • DBP Tariff Sheet

Time-of-Use Base Interruptible Program (TOU-BIP)

  • Available to those with monthly demands that reach or exceed 200 kW
  • You must choose a Firm Service Level (FSL) that reflects the minimal amount of electricity you need to ensure you can operate your business during a TOU-BIP event
  • You must also choose a participation option, which is the amount of time (15 or 30 minutes) you need to respond to a TOU-BIP event
  • You must commit to reduce at least 15% of maximum demand but no less than 100 kW during TOU-BIP events
  • TOU-BIP Tariff Sheet

Marinas & Harbors

  • Master-meter customers may sub-meter tenant’s electrical usage of certain boats/vessels moored in an individual slip or berth at the marina or harbor for monthly billing purposes
  • The rates and charges used by the master-meter customer for billing its tenants must not exceed those that would apply if the tenant were purchasing its electricity directly from us

Real Time Pricing (RTP 2)

  • For all businesses
  • You have the flexibility to shift or reduce energy usage based on temperature-driven pricing variations
  • You are billed hourly electricity prices that vary based on the time of day, season, and temperature
Seasonal Incentives
Rate Options Features and Benefits
Summer Discount Plan
  • Good choice for those seeking to reduce summer season electricity bills
  • A/C may be turned off: 30%, 50% or 100% of the time out of each half-hour. Up to 6 hours per event for a maximum of 180 hours total per year.
  • Incentives are earned from June 1 to October 1
Summer Advantage Incentive
  • Also known as Critical Peak Pricing
  • Good choice for those seeking to help the environment while saving money by avoiding high energy charges and reducing on-peak electricity during an event.



Web Content Viewer (JSR 286)