What does SMUD charge per kWh?
Similarly, it is asked, how much does SMUD charge per kWh?
The money is used to fund California Energy Commission (CEC) programs. The current surcharge is $0.0003 per kWh. The CEC determines the rate every November, not exceeding $0.0003 per kWh.
Secondly, what are peak hours for SMUD? Most of the year, from October through May, there are two time periods: off-peak and peak. Off-peak hours are all day, every day–except during the peak hours of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday only. On weekends and holidays, there's no peak price.
Similarly one may ask, is SMUD cheaper than PG&E?
SMUD is less expensive than PG&E at all times of the year. PG&E summer rate is 0.18205 of a cent per kWh. SMUD summer rate is 0.1291 per kWh. SMUD is less expensive than PG&E at all times of the year.
What utilities does SMUD cover?
Gas & Electric Electricity is provided by Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), Sacramento's community-owned and not-for-profit electric service. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) provides natural gas services to the City of Sacramento. Find more information on the services they provide.