Electric Heat Rate

Electric Heat Rate

Grand Electric Cooperative's electric heat rate has two different categories available to  consumers:

1) Farm and Residential and 2) Commercial.
 

  • Farm and Residential: Available to members for their own farm and residential uses of electricity for electric heating, provided that the electric heat use is metered separately from other uses of electricity. The current energy charges are as follows: 9.08¢ per kilowatt for the first 250 kilowatt-hours and 6.66¢ per kilowatt for all kilowatt-hours used after the first 250.
           - Discount: From October 1 through April 30, all separately metered kilowatt-hours used under this rate are eligible for a discount of 1.25¢.  
     
  • Commercial: Available for use of electricity for electric heating by commercial establishments, churches, schools, fire halls, community halls, township halls, and similar type consumers, provided that electric heat use is metered separately from other uses of electricity. The current energy charges are as follows: 8.39¢ per kilowatt for the first 500 kilowatt-hours, 7.82¢ per kilowatt for next 5,500 kilowatt-hours, 7.82¢ per kilowatt for any additional kilowatt-hour up to 320 kilowatt-hours, and 5.09¢ per kilowatt for any additional off-peak energy.
           - Discount: From October 1 through April 30, all separately metered kilowatt-hours used under this rate are eligible for a discount of 1¢.
     

For more information, contact the office.