Alameda Municipal Power's (AMP) residential rate plan has three pricing levels, known as tiers. They are based on how much electricity, measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh), you use. When your usage has exceeded a tier, you move to the next tier and pricing level.
D-1 Monthly Charges
Effective July 1, 2019.
|Tier I: Baseline quantities, per kWh||$0.03988||$0.00337||$0.06843||$0.11168|
|Tier II: 130% baseline quantities, per kWh||$0.09147||$0.00337||$0.08469||$0.17953|
|Tier III: Excess baseline quantities, per kWh||$0.13707||$0.00337||$0.13188||$0.27233|
D-1 Summer & Winter Tier Usage & Rates
|Primary Heat Source||Season||Billing Code||Tier I kWh|
|Tier 2 kWh|
|Tier 3 kWh|
|Natural Gas/Other||Summer||B||1 to 259||260 to 336||337 and above|
|Natural Gas/Other||Winter||B||1 to 310||311 to 404||405 and above|
|Permanently Installed Electric Heat||Summer||H||1 to 317||318 to 412||413 and above|
|Permanently Installed Electric Heat||Winter||H||1 to 581||582 to 756||757 and above|
Example: Summer Billing minus Primary Heating: Gas minus Total usage = 420 kWh
Of the 420 kWhs, 259 kWh will be charged the Tier I rate ($0.10864/kWh) and the next 76 kWh will be charged the Tier II rate ($0.17464/kWh), and the remaining 85 kWh will be charged the Tier III rate ($0.26491/kWh)