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Bills and Rates

Not-for-profit public power utilities offer competitive electricity rates to customers. On average, residential public power customers pay 13 percent less than customers of privately owned utilities. APPA helps public power utilities stay informed about rate design trends that address new technologies and meet customer expectations. Members can get rate design resources through our Public Power Forward initiative. Public power utility, state/regional association, joint action agency, cooperative associate, and federal agency members can join the Rate Design Interest Group (RDIG)

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Bills and Rates
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Bills and Rates
As new types of electric loads emerge, utilities are examining how to adjust everything from...
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Bills and Rates
A summary report of average revenue per kilowatt-hour for all U.S. electric utilities for calendar...
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Bills and Rates
The Public Power Statistical Report is the central source for American Public Power Association members...
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Electric Vehicles
As electric vehicles become more common, utilities must determine how to design rate structures that...