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Pricy Power for PG&E Customers!

Today and tomorrow are the first Peak-Day Pricing (PDP) events of 2012 for Pacific Gas & Electric. That means that for commercial customers throughout Northern California electricity is about to get very expensive. From 2 PM  until 6 PM on  Monday July 9th and Tuesday July 10th, PG&E’s E-19 customers will pay $1.20/kWh! Here at […]

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Working with Contracted Rates in Deregulated Markets

You may have noticed that when running a calculation on a tariff in a deregulated market, there’s a new option available: Now you can enter your contracted rate or discount whenever competitive electric supply is available!  Either enter your contracted rate as cents per kWh (e.g. 7.1¢) or expressed as a discount (e.g. enter 95 […]

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New Year, New Rates – The Evolution of Electricity Pricing

A brand new year means new rates! We’ve been spending the time around the holidays working hard to get all the rate changes into our database in time for the January 1, 2012 effective date. Over 1000 rates have been updated in the past week ensuring that our database is 100% up-to-date. One of the […]

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Getting rates in US $

We all prefer dollars to cents so why would it be any different in our APIs?  Well, thanks to a user who pointed this out, we noticed that we were returning consumption and demand rates in cents instead of US Dollars. To be clear, this is only when you are retrieving a tariff and asking […]

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