2022/2023 — Residential/Domestic Tariffs

Type Non-TOU Tariffs Facility Charge E/Month Energy Charge E/kWh
S10 Life Line (0-75kWh)   1.1334
S10 Life Line (75-100kWh)   1.889
S10 Life Line (>100kWh)   4.1558
S1 Domestic   2.2455
S2 General Purpose 207.43 2.2455

S10 – Life Line Tariff

  • S10 — Life Line (0-75kWh)
  • S10 — Life Line (75-100kWh)
  • S10 — Life Line (>100kWh)

S1 (GS1 for government installations)

Domestic Tariff For the supply of electricity to premises used solely for residential purposes.

S2 (General Purpose Tariff)

For the supply of electricity to premises which is the option of EEC no other tariff is appropriate. Examples are supplies to occasionally used meeting halls and floodlights for sporting facilities not exceeding 20kVA (3X60 Amps)

Facility Charges

Facility charges, payable whether any electricity is used or not, are being increased to more accurately reflect the fixed customer specific costs associated with the various supplies.

Energy Charges

Energy Charges are for all electricity consumption during billing month which shall be as near to the calendar month as convenient to EEC.

Maximum Demand Charges

Maximum Demand shall be the power recorded over any thirty minutes period by a kVA demand indicator.

Access Charge

Access Charge is based on the highest of the previous 12 month maximum demand.

Tariff Conversions

Tariff conversion is when a customer converts to a more appropriate tariff. Upon conversation, an application would need to be completed with circumstances meeting EEC’s requirements for conversation.

By-pass

A means of providing an alternative and illegal path to a circuit in order to circumvent the consumption of electricity to either reduce the consumption amount or billed amount.

Connection Fee

Connection fees apply to residential utility accounts that are new or transferring or if reconnection after disconnection for non-payment. These fees reflect the cost of performing these services for the customer.

Security Deposits

A monetary deposit levied by EEC as security to the company to pay towards outstanding debt in the event the customer fails to pay their debt. Once an account is terminated and the security deposit is applied on the outstanding debt, any credit balance on the accounts refunded to the customer. Likewise, any debt should be paid by the customer.