Details for NYS ELECTRIC & GAS - Ad from 2021-04-06

Public Notice NYSEG has filed tariff revisions November 25, 2020 with the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) for new electricity and natural gas delivery rates to become effective May 1, 2021. These tariff revisions cover the second annual delivery rate increase under the terms of a three-year rate plan approved by the PSC in November 2020 and they include a $45.6 million increase in electricity revenue and a $3.4 million increase in natural gas revenue. A residential electricity customer with an average use of 600 kilowatt-hours/month can expect an average monthly bill increase of $1.81. A residential natural gas heating customer using 80 therms/ month can expect an average monthly bill increase of $0.55. Customers may see some charges prorated on a May or June bill to take into account energy delivered before and after the new electricity and natural gas delivery rates went into effect. RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS Regular Residential Customers: The electricity delivery charge will increase 0.335 cents per kilowatthour. The per-therm natural gas delivery charge for the 4-to-50-therms block will decrease 0.837 cents per therm and 0.197 cents for the block rate over 50 therms. The electric customer charge will increase by $0.94, and the natural gas customer charge will increase by $1.00. Day/Night and Time-of-Use Customers: The electricity delivery charge will increase 0.347 cents per kilowatt-hour for Service Class 8 and 0.107 cents per kilowatt-hour for Service Class 12. The Service Class 8 customer charge will increase by $1.10, and the Service Class 12 customer charge will increase by $1.49. Additional information about changes in residential electricity and natural gas delivery charges is available at nyseg.com (click on “For Suppliers and Partners, then on “Pricing and Tariffs” and then on “PSC Filings”). NONRESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS Information about changes in nonresidential electricity customer charges, electricity demand and energy charges (where applicable), natural gas minimum charges and natural gas therm charges is available at nyseg.com. Changes are also in effect for standby, street lighting and economic development rates. Please check page 2 of your bill for bill messages and nyseg.com for detailed information. Regarding energy supply: If you purchase energy supply from NYSEG, your price will continue to be based on market prices; if you purchase your energy supply from a supplier other than NYSEG (also known as an energy services company or ESCO), what you pay for energy supply depends on your agreement with your ESCO.

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