Calculate Your Electric Bill

Use the tabs below to see the difference between summer and non-summer electric bill calculations for Schedule 9 pricing.

In this example, the monthly energy use is 4,720 kilowatt-hours (kWh), 34 kilowatts (kW) of demand and 40 kW of basic charge (basic load capacity [BLC]) under Idaho Schedule 9—Secondary. The bill is calculated as follows:

Non-Summer Electric Bill Calculation
Units Rate Total
Service Charge, per month
1 x $16.00 = $16.00
Basic Charge, per kW of BLC
First 20 kW 20 x $0.00 = $0.00
Over 20 kW 20 x $1.02 = $20.40
Demand Charge, per kW
First 20 kW 20 x $0.00 = $0.00
Over 20 kW 14 x $6.00 = $84.00
Energy Charge, per kWh
Block 1—First 2,000 2,000 x $.104314 = $208.63
Block 2—Over 2,000 2,720 x $.048283 = $131.33
Subtotal $460.36
Power Cost Adjustment (PCA), per kWh
All kWh 4,720 x $0.004479 = $21.14
Energy Efficiency Services
Energy Efficiency Rider 4.00% x $460.36 = $18.41
Total Charges* $499.91
(*) Excluding Franchise Fee
Units Rate Total
Service Charge, per month
1 x $16.00 = $16.00
Basic Charge, per kW of BLC
First 20 kW 20 x $0.00 = $0.00
Over 20 kW 20 x $1.02 = $20.40
Demand Charge, per kW
First 20 kW 20 x $0.00 = $0.00
Over 20 kW 14 x $4.40 = $61.60
Energy Charge, per kWh
Block 1—First 2,000 2,000 x $.093899 = $187.80
Block 2—Over 2,000 2,720 x $.043803 = $119.14
Sub Total $404.94
Power Cost Adjustment (PCA), per kWh
All kWh 4,720 x $0.004479 = $21.14
Energy Efficiency Services
Energy Efficiency Rider 4.00% x $404.94 = $16.20
Total Charges* $442.28