ComEd Historical Residential Rate Monthly Averages

These numbers include all cost! (yes taxes)

 Month 1995-2009 2008-2009 2010 2011
 Jan .1051 .1391 .1366 .1463
 Feb .1065
 .1376 .1396 .1639
 Mar .1113 .1406 .1450 .1617
 Apr.1112
 .1474 .1519 .1654
 May .1054 .1408 .1613 .1548
 Jun .1081 .1532 .1648 .1495
 Jul .1062 .1230 .1691 .1383
 Aug .1060 .1371 .1416 .1595
 Sep .1086 .1440 .1529 .1782
 Oct .1085 .1433 .1396 .1866
 Nov .1027 .1370
.1519
 .1433
 Dec .1032 .1284
 .1396 .1710
 Annual .1026 .1267
 .1495
 .1599
 % Chg
  23.5% 18.0%
 7%

The highest 3 months of any given column are in yellow.
The lowest 3 months are in light green.
There is a lot of misconceptions on electricity pricing.  Fuel cost to supply the generators goes up by quite a bit in the winter months from 0.022 in June 2009 to a high of .0464, representing a doubling in fuel cost to make the electricity.  We do not see this because our usage in kWh drops in the winter compared to peak AC times of June, July and August.  Those on fixed rates do not get a true sense of market cost and the final rates equalized over the periods to take account for seasonal price fluctuations (Insulation or insurance).


2011 - September - Worst Ever Energy Supply Charge for BES .1782

- I paid .0726 or (41% of BES)
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