That chart is an average of the whole state and is not a true indication
of what YOU are paying..
The true cost per kilowatt in YOUR area is usually indicated on the
The NYS residential average is 0.1716 kw/h
Mine is 0.1229 kw/h.
Thanks! I'm feeling even better about living in "flyover country". Living
within 35-miles of a nuke has financial advantages. I wish they'd build
another one and sell the excess.
Net Monthly Rate:
A Basic Service Charge of: $8.05 plus
An Energy Charge of:
Summer 8.66 cents per kilowatthour for all kilowatthours.
For kilowatthour consumption of more than 100 kilowatthours
and less than 401 kilowatthours, a credit of $2.07 per month
will be applied.
The summer rate will be applicable June 1 through September 30.
Winter 7.93 cents per kilowatthour for the first 100 kilowatthours,
6.77 cents per kilowatthour for the next 900 kilowatthours,
4.24 cents per kilowatthour for all over 1,000 kilowatthours.
The winter rate will be applicable October 1 through May 31.
Minimum Monthly Bill: $10.18
Not on mine. The cost per KWh reflected on my bill is $.1132. The
*true* cost per KWh, after fees, taxes, and delivery, is $.1558
Are you National Grid down there, or is that Central Hudson land? And
if you're Central Hudson do they play the same numbers game with
[Who remembers when he went from Central Hudson to Niagara Mohawk in
the 80's the rate went from 12cents to 4]
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