Summary of BWL Electric Rates
This is a standard rate for residential customers
This rate is for small commercial and industrial customers
This rate is for customers who want secondary voltage service and who have demands of 15 KW or higher
This rate is for customers who want primary voltage service and who have demands of 100 KW or higher
This rate is for political subdivisions or state agencies who want service for drinking water pumping and associated water production equipment This rate is for political subdivisions or state agencies who want service for drinking water pumping and associated water production equipment
This rate is for customers who want primary voltage service and who have demands of 25,000 KW or higher
This lease lighting rate is for customers who want dusk to dawn outdoor lighting
This rate is for political subdivisions and state agencies operating traffic lights
This rate is for commercial or industrial customers with electric space heating or water heating
This rate is for residential customers 65 years or older with low monthly usage. This rate is not recommended for customers who consume more than 620 KWH per month.
This rate is a voluntary pilot rate available to any single-family or multifamily dwelling of 4 units or less with separately metered Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) capable of providing Level 2 charging for plug-in electric motor vehicles
This rate is for BWL-owned street lighting systems. This rate is not open to new business effective October 1, 2012.
This rate is for BWL-owned street lighting systems effective March 1, 2011.
This rate is for customer-owned street lighting systems
This describes how monthly bills will be affected by the changing costs of fuel, power purchases, and other factors
This rider is for Rate 5 customers who, at the Board's discretion, can curtail their load by 1,000 KW or more
This rider is for customers who wish to meet some or all of their monthly energy needs with electricity produced from renewable resources or "green power". The customer will pay a premium of up to $7.50 per month for each block of renewable energy they purchase.
The purpose of this rider it to enable customers who generate electricity using renewable energy sources to connect to the BWL’s electric distribution system and to send electricity back to the electric grid at time when their generation exceeds their own use.
This rider's primary purpose is to encourage economic development in the Board of Water and Light service area and recover those expenses necessary to provide electric distribution infrastructure from customers receiving retail electric service from the BWL on qualifying property.
The Environmental Charge permits the recovery of environmental remediation expenses incurred as a result of supplying electricity. All residential and general service rates are subject to the Environmental Charge. The following definitions and procedures will be followed in administering the Environmental Charge.
Energy Optimization Surcharge (EO Surcharge) is designed to recover Energy Optimization Plan program costs, as required by 2008 PA 295.
Renewable Energy Plan Surcharge (REP Surcharge) is designed to recover Renewable Energy Plan program costs, as required by 2008 PA 295.
The primary purpose of this rider is to enhance economic development in the Board of Water & Light (BWL) service area.