Electric Rates

UTILITY RATES

Effective April 1, 2007

Residential Rates

Winter (bills dated November 1 - May 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
All kWh charges/mo 7.80C/kWh
Summer (bills dated June 1- October 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.80C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 10.65C/kWh

Electric Heat Rates

Winter (bilis dated November 1- May 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.40C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 5.60C/kWh
Summer (bills dated June 1 - October 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.80C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 10.650/kWh

Residential Time of Use Rates

Winter (bills dated November - May31)
Service Charge $26.00/mo
All kWh charges 5,440/kWh
Summer (bills dated June 1 - October 31)
Service Charge $26.00/mo
On-peak charges 30.00C/kWh
Off-peak charges 5.440/kWh
(On-peak 2 pm - 8 pm Monday-Friday)

Additional Residential Meter Option

Service Charge $15.00/mo
All kWh charges 9.100/kWh

Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment

The above charges are subject to a monthly Wholesale Power cost adjustment

Residential Load Management Annual Credit

$10.00 credit applied to the members October bill for allowing the EMC to cycle the air conditioner and/or water heater during the months of June -September.

Electric Water Heater Credit

June 1- October 31 $2.00/mo
(One EWH credit per household)

Senior Discount

June 1- October 31 Discount $6.50/mo

Small Commercial Rates

Service Charge $25.00/mo
All kWh charges/mo 10.34C/kWh

Large Commercial Rates

Service Charge $45.00/mo
First 10,000 kWh/mo 12.80C/kWh
Over 10,000 kWh/mo 10.60C/kWh
All consumption in excess of 200 kWh per kW of demand, which is also in
excess of 1,000 kWh 4.20C/kWh
All consumption in excess of 400 kWh per kW of demand, which is also in
excess of 1,000 kWh 3.70C/kWh
Industrial and Co-Generation Rates available upon request

What’s The Cost Of Electricity in Georgia?

Our members often ask about the average residential electricity rates and commercial electricity rates in Georgia. At Coweta-Fayette EMC, we believe in transparency and providing the requested information quickly and easily. Therefore, electric service rates are published on our website for the public to review. Please scroll through below to learn more about the figures on your electricity bills, including residential and commercial rates, summer and winter rates, services charges, cost adjustments, and more.

Coweta-Fayette EMC Georgia Power Rates and Prices
Winter (bills dated November 1 - May 31)

Monthly Residential Service Charge $20.00/mo
All kWh charges/mo 7.80 cents per kWh (c/kWh)
Summer (bills dated June 1- October 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.80C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 10.65C/kWh
Electric Heat Rates
Winter (bilis dated November 1- May 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.40C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 5.60C/kWh
Summer (bills dated June 1 - October 31)
Service Charge $20.00/mo
First 750 kWh/mo 7.80C/kWh
Over 750 kWh/mo 10.650/kWh
Residential Time of Use Rates
Winter (bills dated November - May31)
Service Charge $26.00/mo
All kWh charges 5,440/kWh
Summer (bills dated June 1 - October 31)
Service Charge $26.00/mo
On-peak charges 30.00C/kWh
Off-peak charges 5.440/kWh
(On-peak 2 pm - 8 pm Monday-Friday)
Additional Residential Meter Option
Service Charge $15.00/mo
All kWh charges 9.100/kWh
Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment
The above charges are subject to a monthly Wholesale Power cost adjustment.
Residential Load Management Annual Credit
$10.00 credit applied to the members October bill for allowing the EMC to cycle the air conditioner
and/or water heater during the months of June -September.
Electric Water Heater Credit
June 1- October 31 $2.00/mo
(One EWH credit per household)
Senior Discount
June 1- October 31 Discount $6.50/mo
Small Commercial Rates
Service Charge $25.00/mo
All kWh charges/mo 10.34C/kWh
Large Commercial Rates
Service Charge $45.00/mo
First 10,000 kWh/mo 12.80C/kWh
Over 10,000 kWh/mo 10.60C/kWh
All consumption in excess of 200 kWh per kW of demand, which is also in
excess of 1,000 kWh 4.20C/kWh
All consumption in excess of 400 kWh per kW of demand, which is also in
excess of 1,000 kWh 3.70C/kWh
Industrial and Co-Generation Rates available upon request

How do Coweta-Fayette EMC rates compare to the national average?
The average electricity rate across the United States is approximately 12 cents per kilowatt hour.

Electricity prices vary from state to state, and from region to region. Prices also change depending on the amount of electricity used and the property type, such as residential electricity rates and commercial electricity rates. The prices can also vary greatly from season to season, as many billing cycles are divided into summer and winter.

Need help paying your bill?
Coweta-Fayette EMC offers several ways to pay your monthly electric bill, as well as assistance programs for seniors and others. Please visit this page (insert link) to learn more.