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Off-peak electric rates

SeptusSeptus Registered User regular
edited October 2010 in Help / Advice Forum
I'm trying to find some information about average off-peak electricity rates versus on-peak, and I'm having absolutely no luck. National averages would be great, but even statewide or city averages would be good, so that I can have a general idea of the percent difference in on vs off-peak rates.

Anyone have an idea of where I could find these?

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  • illigillig Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Is this for generic research? Or for application in your house? If the latter, just call your utility company.

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  • SeptusSeptus Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Generic research

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  • lifeincognitolifeincognito Registered User regular
    edited October 2010
    Google is your friend!


    Edison, or rather Southern California Edison, claims to have peak rates from 10.00 to 18.00. Off peak is all time that isn't peak with super off-peak 24.00 to 6.00.


    Peco, deity praise the Mid-Atlantic, actually has peak and off peak too. However, they seem to break it up even further based on how much you actually use during a given season.

    Your best bet would be to find the major electric companies in your area or in the US of A and ping their sites. I am sure this will be listed. Heck, I am pretty sure they are legally required to publish their rates as I have a vague memory about such legislation from way back when.

    Hope this helps you out.

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  • splashsplash Registered User
    edited October 2010
    Hmm it might be hard to get statewide or city averages because electricity is usually done by a utilities in service areas and regions. But I used to work at this utility and they are pretty typical, here are the rates:

    They have over 800,000 customers across 52 cities

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