Fixed Delivery Billing Plan – Billing FAQs
On the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan, only your delivery charges are determined differently than they were on your old plan.
Your bill is made up of three parts:
- Supply Con Edison buys the electricity you use from the companies that generate it and pass those costs on to you, without taking a profit—what we pay, you pay. Customers who receive their energy supply from an energy service company (ESCO) will continue to do so.
- Delivery Your delivery charges are what you pay Con Edison to bring electricity to your home. On the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan, they are based on the days your home used the most electricity during an hourly period in the 12 months prior to each year you’re on the plan. Delivery is the only portion of your bill that will change on the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan.
- Taxes Local, state, and federal taxes are applied to both the supply and delivery portions of your electric bill.
As a customer enrolled on the Level Payment Plan, you can also enroll on the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan. The Level Payment Plan is a budgeting plan to help you manage your annual energy payments, while the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan is a billing plan that changes the way you are billed for electric delivery and provides more opportunities to save on your costs.
Under the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan, only the delivery portion of your bill will be the same every month for 12 months, whereas on the Level Payment Plan, your entire annual energy costs are spread out evenly across the year into 12 monthly payments.
At the end of the year, you may owe a difference under the Level Payment Plan if your actual energy use (and costs) exceeds your budgeted energy payments, whereas under the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan, you do not owe a difference, even if you exceed your fixed delivery level.
Fixed Delivery Billing Plan’s delivery charges are a monthly average based on a 12-month period, while your previous bills will reflect actual monthly costs that can vary from month to month. Remember, delivery costs on previous bills are measured in kWh usage, while the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan’s delivery charges are measured in kW usage.
You can compare the cost directly, but not the usage. Once you’ve begun to receive bills on the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan, you can log into My Account to compare what you paid on the Fixed Delivery Billing Plan to what you would have paid on your old plan. You can also call us to compare your bills at 212-358-4561.
Su nivel de distribución fijo se calcula con base en su historial de consumo durante el período de 12 meses antes de su primera factura en el plan. Sus demandas mensuales promedio del período de 12 meses se promedian para determinar su nivel de distribución fija medido en kilovatios (kW). Los kilovatios (kW) miden la demanda, que se basa en la mayor cantidad de energía que usa durante un período de 60 minutos.
El contador inteligente registra la demanda de su hogar. Con Edison determina la demanda diaria más alta de su vivienda (período de 60 minutos) todos los días. Las 3 demandas diarias máximas que ocurrieron durante cada uno de los 12 meses se promedian para determinar su nivel de kW de distribución fija.
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