Summary of Residential Energy Prices
Effective July 1, 2019








Residential






Basic Service Charge (per meter, per month)
$26.00




Energy Charge ($/kWh)







Tier 1- up to 500 kWh/month $0.0931





Tier 2- greater than 500 kWh/month $0.1435




Renewable Energy Surcharge ($/kWh)
$0.0056




Greenhouse Gas Surcharge ($/kWh)
$0.0002




Hydroelectric Adjustment ($/kWh) (1)
$0.00000




State Energy Surcharge ($/kWh)
$0.00030












Solar Customer Buyback Rate






Net Energy Metering (2) - Surplus Energy Compensation Rate ($/kWh)
$0.0931




Roseville Solar 2.0 (3) - Surplus Energy Compensation Rate ($/kWh)
$0.0598




Special Residential Rates






Electric Rate Assistance Program






Residents meeting certain income criteria may be eligible for a 15% discount on electric service.














Medical Rate Assistance Program






Residents meeting certain income and medical device use criteria may be eligible for a 50% discount on






the first 500 kWh and 15% on all other kWh electric usage.






















Medical Notification Program






Residents can notify the City of Roseville of the residential use of essential medical support equipment.






This program allows the City to comply with the California Public Utility code 10010.















NOTES
       
1) There is no hydroelectric adjustment in effect from July 2019 through June 2020.
       
2) Rate closed October 1, 2018. Surplus energy compensation rates are subject to revision by City Council as energy prices and system requirements change.        
       
3) The State of California allows electric utilities to implement a new solar buyback rate once solar exceeds 5% of the utility’s system peak. Roseville Electric Utility now exceeds 5% solar. Per the City of Roseville Municipal Code, beginning October 1, 2018 customers will be enrolled in Roseville Solar 2.0. This change will not affect customers who installed solar before October 1, 2018 until 2028. Net Energy Metering customers will continue with net energy metering for up to 20 years (10 minimum) from the date of system interconnection. Surplus energy compensation rates are subject to revision by City Council as energy prices and system requirements change.       
       
       
Revised July 1, 2019