Proposed rate increase
- Energy calculation: The amount of
energy, expressed in kilowatt hours (kWh), used during the month.
charge: A flat rate charged to every customer. For residential
customers, it is $6.56.
of Power Adjustment: Rates are set on the basis of assumptions about
how much fuel will cost. That portion of the rate fluctuates
quarterly to account for the difference between the assumption and
the actual cost of fuel.
Cost Charge: An administrative fee that helps to pay for the
Regulatory Commission of Alaska.
2% underground surcharge: This fee helps to recover the expense of
burying overhead lines. ML&P has been gradually moving lines
underground, but a municipal ordinance adopted in 2005 increased the
pace of this work. All customers pay the surcharge because burying
lines underground is not a special service, but rather a general
cost of operations.
- The deposit equals twice the average
monthly bill at that location. The account deposit is refundable and
can be waived based on a letter of good credit from your previous
- Connect fees, late fees and
non-negotiable check charges help cover the cost of providing
service. These fees are not refunded.
average billing cycle is 30 days. Your electric bill is due
when tendered and will be considered past due if not paid within 25
days of the billing date and delinquent if not paid within 40 days.