PEPCO rates in Washington D.C. to Increase 6% in June, 2013

Pepco, the electricity distribution company for Washington, D.C. posted its new summer rates for the period beginning June, 2013.

For General Service Non-Demand customers, the new rates will be as follows:

June – October: $0.08734 per kwh

November 2013 – May 2014: $0.08405 per kwh

At the time of this posting, commercial customers in Washington D.C. can definitely save money with a fixed price electricity contract.  To learn more, contact us.

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PECO Price to Compare

Transformer-214-x-424PECO’s Price to Compare is the total of the Generation Charge + Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard + Transmission Charge.

For the period January 1, 2013 through March 31, 2013

  • General Service (GS): 9.17¢/kWh
  • Primary – Distribution Power (PD): 8.20¢/kWh

For the period April 1, 2013 through May 31, 2013- ESTIMATED

  • Small General Service (GS): 10.88¢/kWh
  • Medium and Large General Service (GS): 6.84¢/kWh
  • Primary – Distribution Power (PD): 9.89¢/kWh

For Large Commercial and Industrial customers on Hourly Pricing with demand >500KW

  • January: General Service (GS): LMP plus 1.91¢/kWh
  • February: General Service (GS): LMP plus 2.61¢/kWh
  • March: General Service (GS): LMP plus 3.92¢/kWh

Note that the Price to Compare includes an adjustment for the 5.90% GRT (Gross Receipts Tax)

To obtain a fixed price electricity supply quote, contact Better Cost Control.