The current charges for electric service as disclosed in the customer's terms of service document, including applicable taxes and fees.
If the customer is on a level or average payment plan, the level or average payment due shall be clearly shown in addition to the current charges.
A charge assessed to recover a TDU's charges for metering a customer's consumption, to the extent that the TDU is a separate charge
exclusively for that purpose that is approved by the Public Utility Commission.
Identifies and itemizes any non-recurring charges such as late fees, returned check fees, restoration of service fees, or other fees
disclosed in the Retail Electric Provider's terms of service contract provided to the customer.
A one-time penalty of not more than 5% may be charged on a delinquent bill. Outstanding delinquent balances cannot be re-penalized.
Penalty does not apply to residential or small commercial customers of the Provider of Last Resort (POLR).
A PUC-authorized charge for electric delivery companies to recover the costs for their Advanced Metering Systems. This charge will be shared
among all electricity users who receive an Advanced Meter. Your monthly charge will be added to your electricity bill for the next several years.
For more information, contact your Retail Electric Provider.
A charge assessed to recover a TDU's costs for energy efficiency programs, to the extent that the TDU charge is a separate charge exclusively
for that purpose that is approved by the Public Utility Commission.
Utilities are allowed to securitize or refinance their regulatory assets and/or stranded costs (assets that become uneconomical as a result of
deregulation) as long as it benefits ratepayers. Securitizing debt provides funding at a lower cost than traditional utility funding.
Utilities are also allowed to recover the transaction costs of securitization through this fee.
Fee that covers the cost of safely removing a nuclear generation facility from service, reducing residual radioactivity to a level that
permits release of the property for unrestricted use and termination of license. Only the local wires company or transmission and
distribution utility can assess this fee to any company that uses its wires to deliver electricity to consumers.