I'll have to check the detailed electric bill, but what I remember seeing before the rate hike is that they would pay the same generation fee back, but obviously not the taxes. I do not remember about the delivery charges.

Hmmmm.

I am looking over my previous month bill, and I am confused to say the least. There is a new section talking about wildfire prevention cost recovery. So they are charging us for turning off power to reduce the chance of wildfires. It is rolled into a bond fee.

My previous bill included a lot of very hot days, so my A/C ran a lot.

On peak I used 107 KWH but also exported 43 KWH

Mid Peak I used just 41 KWH, and exported 23 KWH

Off Peak I used 439 KWH and exported 189 KWH

In the end, I used a total of 332 KWHs net. And paid $85.07 total after all of the taxes fees NBC etc. That works out to my cost per KWH that I took from So Cal Edison cost me $0.2562 per KWH on average.

On my old bills, I could figure out where all of the numbers cam from, but on this bill, it is very confusing. Here is the energy I exported (-) and the energy I imported in each rate area in Kilowatt Hours.

On peak -43 +107 NET 64

Mid Peak -23 +41 NET 18

off peak -189 +439 NET 250

Totals -255 +587 332

So I expect to see these numbers in the multipliers, but none of them are there. That is why I think there is a rate change mid month. But even then, the totals of the two numbers on the bill never add up to these numbers.

I also see a Baseline Credit split onto two entries. 56 KWHs and 276 KWH at slightly different rates -0.07299 and $0.07368 respectively. This totaled to a credit of -$24.43 and then my service charge of $0.93

There were three lines of NBC's

Nonbypassable charges (NBCs)

CTC, NDC, PPPC 168 kWh x $0.01846 $3.10

CTC, NDC, PPPC 400 kWh x $0.01823 $7.29

DWR bond charge 568 kWh x $0.00580 $3.29 <--- This one seems to be the wildfire charge

Where did those KWH numbers come from? I can't twist my numbers to get 168 or 400 anywhere. I even tried figuring in the baseline credit numbers. It just seems odd. Out of my entire $85.07 bill, these charges are $13.68 of it. That is over 16% of my bill.

Here are the energy charges

Delivery charges - Cost to deliver your electricity

Basic charge 30 days x $0.03100 $0.93

Baseline credit 56 kWh x -$0.07299 -$4.09

Baseline credit 276 kWh x -$0.07368 -$20.34

Energy-Summer

On peak 27 kWh x $0.22703 $6.13

Mid peak -4 kWh x $0.22703 -$0.91

Off peak 33 kWh x $0.17349 $5.73

On peak 37 kWh x $0.23016 $8.52

Mid peak 22 kWh x $0.23016 $5.06

Off peak 217 kWh x $0.17662 $38.33

Generation charges - Cost to generate your electricity

SCE Energy-Summer

On peak 27 kWh x $0.18269 $4.93

Mid peak -4 kWh x $0.10086 -$0.40

Off peak 33 kWh x $0.07379 $2.44

On peak 37 kWh x $0.18381 $6.80

Mid peak 22 kWh x $0.10122 $2.23

Off peak 217 kWh x $0.07341 $15.93

At least these numbers do seem to add up. The two On Peak number 27 and 37 KWHs added up does equal my NET 64 KWHs used, as does the Mid Peak 22 - 4 = 18, and Off Peak 217 + 33 = 250. So my exported did offset imported 1:1 here. So I am being credited the generation and delivery charges. So it is just the NBCs that are one way only. I imported 587 KWHs, but the NBC's were calculated off 568 KWHs. I guess I got 19 KWHs without paying the NBC's on them? And my State Tax was also charged on just the NET imported energy. But that is also just a total of 10 cents.