What is the “Power Cost Adjustment” on my bill?
The Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) is a mechanism utilized to recover costs associated with fuel and Operation and Maintenance of FEUS generation facilities, as well as power purchases, collectively referred to as power supply cost. Every FEUS rate includes a base amount of power supply cost, currently at $0.035 per kWh sold. The PCA charge occurs when power supply costs exceed the amount contained in FEUS base rates. Likewise, when power supply costs are less than the amount in FEUS base rates the PCA will be negative, or a credit back to customers. The PCA is designed to be a "pass through" mechanism to FEUS customers and is similar to the way many other utilities recover power supply costs.

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