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3 million kilowatt hours of energy annually, which could save the facility $286,000 in annual energy costs.
92 cents per kilowatt hour, compared to the current charge of 9.
According to Edison officials, their rates vary depending on ``climate zones,'' but that the average baseline rate is 12 cents per kilowatt hour.
The high efficiency of DFC power plants not only results in less fuel needed per kilowatt hour of electricity and lower operating costs, but reduced amounts of carbon dioxide as well.
9 cents per kilowatt hour for electricity, the Power Exchange rates for power have averaged about 16 cents per kilowatt hour for the past five weeks, said Akbar Jazayeri, Edison's manager of pricing and tariffs.
And with increases scheduled each year, within four years monthly bills will rise by as much as $385 per month, plus 11 cents per kilowatt hour for those that keep using this type of power.
For the BG&E residential customer using 620 kilowatt hours of electricity and 80 therms of gas per month, the new rates would increase the monthly electric bill by $3.
Customers pay a premium of 4 cents per kilowatt hour for CVPS Cow Power[TM], which goes to participating farm-producers, to purchase renewable energy credits when enough farm energy isn't available, or to the CVPS Renewable Development Fund.