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New Residential Rates
Coming in 2022

As a part of Duke Energy Florida’s comprehensive rate agreement approved by the Florida Public Service Commission, several new and/or redesigned rates will be introduced next January to provide customers more options and greater flexibility.

Residential Service (RS-1)

The standard RESIDENTIAL SERVICE (RS-1) rate will be revised to include a seasonal pricing configuration, charging lower rates during the spring, summer and fall. These revisions give customers a more forgiving pricing structure over the months that tend to generate peak energy usage.

2022 base energy charges for Winter Months (Dec. – Feb.)
  • First 1,000 kWh = 7.623¢ per kWh
  • All additional kWh = 8.773¢ per kWh
2022 base energy charges for Summer Months (Mar. – Nov.)
  • First 1,000 kWh = 6.587¢ per kWh
  • All additional kWh = 7.474¢ per kWh
With the seasonal revisions of RS-1, the RSS-1 (Seasonal Service Rider) will be closed. Additionally, the flat, monthly customer charge will increase slightly from $11.52 to $12.45. Some residential bills will be impacted by a minimum monthly bill of $30. This minimum is only applicable if total monthly energy, fuel and asset securitization charges are less than $30.

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