How much will my bill be?

Rates for our customers vary, depending on their use. For example, homes that have access to natural gas for heating would have a lower electricity bill than those that use electricity for heating.

Based on an average use of 2,300 kWh of electricity bimonthly, a rural residential customer’s electric bill was $273.17 bimonthly in 2022. In 2023, this same customer’s bill would be $300.17 bimonthly. That is about $4.93 per day.

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1. What is a COSA?
2. How are rates set?
3. What are the benefits of a city-owned utility?
4. Why does electricity cost more for rural customers?
5. How much will my bill be?
6. Can I reduce my power bill?
7. How do our rates compare with our neighbours?
8. What about the proposed rate of return? How do you benefit?
9. How have rural rates compared to city rates over time?