How is my Step 1 threshold determined?
Step 1 threshold
On your bill, the Step 1 threshold is calculated by multiplying the number of days in the billing period by 22.1918 kWh per day.
Customer meters are read on different days, so billing periods can vary from bill to bill. The 22.1918 kWh per day is the daily equivalent of 1,350 kWh for the average two-month billing period.
For example, a 60-day billing period would have a Step 1 threshold of 1,332 kWh (60 days x 22.1918 kWh per day). A 58-day billing period would have a 1,287 kWh Step 1 threshold.
Why do we have a Step 2?
The stepped rate structure provides a price incentive to encourage conservation–which is the cleanest, cheapest and simplest way to meet growing electricity demand.
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