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Xcel Energy Adjusts Electric Prices Quarterly

Xcel Energy adjusts its Electric Commodity Adjustment (ECA) quarterly to reflect the cost of energy utilized to supply electric service.

Quarterly ECA Factor Change
   

1st Quarter 2020
January - March

Price ($/kWh)

2nd Quarter 2020
April - June

Price ($/kWh)

Residential

  0.02708

0.02691

Residential TOU (RE-TOU and RD-TDR)      
  Time-of-Use Off-Peak 0.02078 0.02065
  Time-of-Use On-Peak 0.03706

0.03057

Small Commercial

  0.02708

0.02691

Commercial &
Industrial Secondary

  0.02708

0.02691

 

Optional Time-of-Use
Off-Peak

0.02279

0.02264

 

Optional Time-of-Use
On-Peak

0.03259

0.03238

C&I Secondary - Electric Vehicle Service

   

 

  Time-of-Use Off-Peak 0.02312 0.02298
  Time-of-Use On-Peak  0.03202 0.03182

Primary General

 

Time-of-Use Off-Peak

0.02255

0.02240

 

Time-of-Use On-Peak

0.03224

0.03204

Transmission General

 

Time-of-Use Off-Peak

0.02222

0.02208

 

Time-of-Use On-Peak

0.03177

0.03158

 

Average Customer Bill Impact
  1st Quarter 2020
January - March

Average Bill
2nd Quarter 2020
April - June

Average Bill

% Bill Change

Residential
Avg. usage of 617 kWh

$70.22

$70.11

-0.16%

Small Commercial
Avg. usage of 941 kWh

$104.79

$104.63

 -0.15%

We hope that by providing you this information quarterly, you will be able to better budget and adjust your energy usage. The information provided above shows only the prices that are changing due to the change in the ECA and the average effect of those
changes. For more information on your Xcel Energy electric bill or for customer bill impact information on larger commercial or industrial customers on rate schedules not shown above, please call 1-800-895-4999.

 

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