What are the City of Lethbridge Rates?
|Energy Rates RRO & Default
The term "rates" may refer to two different portions of your electric bill: Energy Rates refer to the costs of the commodity "energy" or "power"; the actual kWh per month that you use. In Alberta you may purchase energy from the Retailer of your choice. If you do not choose a retailer, the City of Lethbridge provides energy under the Regulated Rate Tariff sometimes called the Regulated Rate Option (RRO) or Regulated Default Supply (RDS).
"Rates" may also refer to the Distribution Tariff (DT) and includes the Distribution Tariff, the Transmission Tariff and current applicable riders.
The DT covers all maintenance and replacement costs of the distribution system including transformers, meters and services. Charges for out of the ordinary services can be found in the DT Fee Schedule.
|Historical Energy Rates|
Distribution Tariff (DT)
|Distribution Tariff Fee Schedule |
Effective July 1, 2022 the following City of Lethbridge riders are amended as follows:
- Rider A: 15.50 % of DT charges
- Rider B: $0.00220/kWh
- Rider C: $0.00150/kWh
Going forward, Riders B and C will be reviewed monthly.
LEU will adjust Rider B to reflect the charges/credit from the Balancing Pool.
LEU will adjust Rider C to reflect the costs of the AESO DTS rate as billed to Lethbridge Electric Utility.
Beginning in July 2022, Alberta electricity consumers will receive rebates on their utility bills. If you are eligible for a rebate, you will see it as a credit amount of $50 on each of your utility bills containing electricity charges for July, August, September, October, November and December up to a total of $300.