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Residential Rates

Residential Rates

Affordable, reliable and environmentally sensitive energy service 

Residential Billing Components:

  • Your Service Charge will be the same amount every month. This charge is billed to all customers regardless of the amount of electricity used.
  • Your Energy Charge is based on the amount of energy used during the billing period. Energy use is priced per kilowatt-hour (kWh). One kilowatt (kW) equals 1,000 watts (w). For example, if you use an 1,500w appliance for 4 hours, you use 6kWh of electricity.

For complete information, view OPPD's Service Regulations and Schedules.


RESIDENTIAL SERVICE - RATE 110

Summer (June 1 - Sept. 30)

Service Charge: $30/month
Energy Charge:
 

Non-Summer (Oct. 1 - May 31)

Service Charge: $30/month
Energy Charge: 

Rates Explained

Residential Service
- Rate 110

This rate is for residential customers who meet the rate criteria.

Service Charge: $30.00/month

Energy Charge:
Summer 
(June 1 - Sept. 30)
All kWh                9.36 ¢/kWh

Non-summer (Oct. 1 - May 31)
0-100 kWh           8.63 ¢/kWh
101-1,000 kWh    7.46 ¢/kWh
1,001+ kWh         5.27 ¢/kWh

Minimum Monthly Bill: $32.07

Residential Conservation Heat Pump - Rate 115

This rate is for residential customers with an electric heat pump who meet the rate criteria.

Service Charge: $30.00/month

Energy Charge:
Summer 
(June 1 - Sept. 30)
All kWh                9.36 ¢/kWh

Non-summer (Oct. 1 - May 31)
0-100 kWh           8.63 ¢/kWh
101-880 kWh       7.46 ¢/kWh
881+ kWh            4.31 ¢/kWh

Minimum Monthly Bill: $32.07


The Fuel and Purchase Power Adjustment will apply to the above rates. 


How are Rates Set?

Each rate schedule is determined by gathering all costs of providing electric services for OPPD's customer-owners. Costs are categorized into generation, transmission, distribution, and workforce. Next, these categorized costs are divided into billing components and are included in each of the different rate schedules.