Your Cooperative's primary objective is to provide the highest possible quality of electric service at the lowest possible price.
The following is an overview of our residential service rates and fees.
Residential Service (NY rates designated by NYS)
Available to consumers for year-round and seasonal use, subject to established rules and regulations of the Co-op. Type of Service: Single-phase, 60 cycles, at available secondary voltages.
Monthly Residential Rate (as of 2/1/2019):
|(includes NJ State Sales Tax)|
|Facilities Charge (monthly)||
|Energy Charge (per kWh)||$0.1094731|
|PCA Charge (per kWh)||$0.0021945|
What are these charges?
Facilities Charge - A fixed rate used by the Co-op to cover the expenses of maintaining the best possible quality of electric service and investing in improvements to our infrastructure. Below are examples of the expense items covered by the Facility Charge:
- Wire, transformers, utility poles, other equipment, and labor needed to build and maintain the electric distribution system
- Keeping pace with increased system investments to improve reliability
- Implementing new technologies to provide increased reliability and operational efficiencies such as the outage management system and advanced metering
- Liability insurance, interest, taxes, and emergency storm restoration
- Outage restoration costs
Energy Charge - The actual charge for the kWh of energy used by a household or business during the billing period.
Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) - Due to the shifting wholesale power costs month-to-month, Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative uses a Power Cost Adjustment to settle wholesale energy collections from its members. The PCA is applicable to all metered kilowatt hours of energy billed under the Cooperative's electric service schedule. The PCA is applied by crediting or debiting the member's monthly bill to recover or refund the difference between estimated and wholesale power costs.
Commercial and contract rates are also available. Please contact us for more information.
Our complete tariff can be accessed here.
Schedule of Fees
(Fees subject to change)
During Business Hours $20.00
After Hours $50.00
Trip Charge: $25.00
Returned Check: $20.00
The need for a deposit will be determined using our online service for residential services.
2nd Meter Test in 12 months: Billed the direct cost to replace and test the meter.
New deposit if delinquent: Up to 2 months average bill.
Security light vandalism repair (2nd occurrence): $70.00