Typical Bills and Average Rates Report - Winter 2016
Analyze electricity costs throughout
the country with the Typical Bills and Average Rates Report. Based upon
comprehensive, industry-wide surveys, this semi-annual report presents typical
monthly electric bills and average kilowatthour costs to the customer as
charged by investor-owned utilities.
Use this data to compare the price of
electricity by customer type, state, region, company, year, fuel clause
adjustment, state average of listed companies or state average of all companies.
In addition, rates for some international utilities also are included.
The unbundled data in this report
includes rates broken out by generation, transmission, and delivery service for
many companies that operate in states open to electric competition.
This widely-used reference
bills data for 18 demand and consumption levels across the three standard
classes of service;
revenue (or cost) per kilowatthour for each class and the total ultimate
customer (total retail) class;
state, regional and national averages for each consumption level;
tables arranged by company;
bills and rates for unbundled companies; and
of participating companies by region and state.
Typical Bills is updated twice a year,
keeping it always current. Winter edition data is based on January 1 rates;
published in April. Summer edition data is based on July 1 rates; published in
October. Available three months after the billing day reported, each edition
provides the most current data available.
Published May 2016