Pepco has submitted to the Maryland Public Service Commission an application to adjust energy distribution rates and implement a multi-year plan. A public prehearing conference on this matter is scheduled for Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 10 minutes after the conclusion of the Maryland Public Service Commission’s Administrative Meeting, which begins at 10:00 a.m., in the Frank O. Heintz Hearing Room, on the 16th Floor of the William Donald Schaefer Tower, 6 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202. Any petition to intervene should reference Case No. 9702 and must be filed by June 5, 2023 with Andrew S. Johnston, Executive Secretary, Maryland Public Service Commission at the aforementioned address. Petitions to intervene may also be filed using the Commission’s E-file system. Details of the E-file system are on the Commission’s web page, www.psc.state.md.us (Online Services or Tools).
The Price to Compare (“PTC”) is the average cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh) for generation and transmission service, based on your rate classification. The PTC is a tool for you to use in comparing Pepco’s Standard Offer Service (SOS) generation and transmission rates with offers from competing certified or licensed electricity suppliers.
Effective June 1, 2023 – May 31, 2024
SCHEDULE “R" including Rider RAD & Rider RAD-AE
How the Price to Compare Is Calculated
The Price to Compare is calculated by taking the total kilowatt-hour usage for all customers within a specific rate class for a 12-month period and multiplying that amount by the actual generation and transmission rates. This total amount is then divided by the total 12-month kilowatt-hour usage which provides an average per kilowatt-hour rate for generation and transmission for the rate class, which is the Price to Compare.
To calculate your individual Price to Compare (rather than using the average Price to Compare for your rate class), you should total your summer and winter kWh and multiply each total by the generation and transmission rates shown on your rate schedule. This calculation will result in your summer and winter revenue totals, respectively. You should then add the summer and winter revenue totals, then divide by your total kWh. The result is your individual Price to Compare.
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