What Is A Fully-Bundled Fixed Rate For Electricity?

What Is A Fully-Bundled Fixed Rate For Electricity?

Brian A.

Brian A.

Energy Advisor

fixed-energy-rates

When shopping for an electric rate for your home or business it is important to understand the difference between fixed rates and fully-bundled fixed rates

Now, most regulators in deregulated states force suppliers to have transparent marketing not to confuse customers. But, there is always an energy supplier or two that tries to get creative and trick customers into thinking they are getting a fixed rate. Buyer beware!

When you are signing up for a fixed electricity supply rate, it is important that the rate is a fully-bundled price. Electricity supply rates, in most states, have three major components: electricity, capacity, and transmission. These charges are outside of your local utility’s delivery fees. 

A fully-bundled fixed rate includes all three price components into a single price per kWh or $/kWh. Some suppliers will claim that a rate is fixed when a single component of the rate is fixed and the others show up as pass-through charges. It’s important to know these differences so that you sign up for the rate that you intended. 

 

Need Help Navigating Electricity Rates?

Our team of energy experts has been helping residential and commercial sign up for third-party supplier rates for over a decade. We understand the nuances of the retail energy industry, how rates are calculated, and what is best for you. Contact us today for more information.

Recent Articles

Subscribe To Our Market Updates

Related Articles

ppl-center-allentown-pa

PPL Rate Increase

On November 1, 2022, PPL Electric Utilities announced that the PPL standard offer would be increasing for both residential and commercial customers. This PPL rate increase represents

Read More »

Author's Picks

ppl-center-allentown-pa

PPL Rate Increase

On November 1, 2022, PPL Electric Utilities announced that the PPL standard offer would be increasing for both residential and commercial customers. This PPL rate increase represents

Read More »