that the RAD program has been updated as of June 1, 2016 to reflect the new
Residential Aid Credit, which replaces previous discounts that were applied to
eligible RAD customers’ generation and transmission charges on their accounts.
The following questions and answers about RAD can help you determine whether or not this program can apply to you or someone you know.
RAD customers are billed under the same rates as the residential rate schedules “R” and “AE” and receive a discount of about 25 percent on their overall bill through the RAC, which covers the following charges:
There is no longer a discount for generation and transmission service as part of the RAD program.
You need your latest Pepco bill and proof of income for each household member 18 years or older. To show proof of income, you need one of the following:
To apply or to find further information about the application process, please refer to any of the following convenient methods:
The RAD program is described on page R-29 of Pepco’s tariff. The Residential distribution rates that apply to RAD customers (“R” and “AE”) are shown on pages 3 and 4 of the tariff, and the generation and transmission rates are shown on pages 41.1 and 41.2.
These rates were proposed by Pepco and approved by the District of Columbia Public Service Commission and change from time to time based on rate case decisions, auction results for Standard Offer Service, and other factors. These rates are in addition to certain pass-through charges as described in Pepco’s tariff.