Con Edison: Customer Central - Market Supply Charge Calculator
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Market Supply Charge Calculator

Your Con Edison electric bill consists of supply and delivery charges. Your supply charges consist of the Market Supply Charge (MSC) rate per kWh provided by this Market Supply Charge Calculator, and other supply charges as explained here.

Your MSC rate depends on your location (or zone) and electric rate, or service classification. The calculator below can provide the MSC rate for a specific period of time.

If you buy your electric supply from an energy services company (ESCO), the supply charge you pay will be based on your agreement with that company. The calculator does not provide the MSC rate for ESCOs. For information about choosing ESCOs, click here

Market Supply Charge Calculator

To obtain supply charge information, select your electric rate, zone, and the desired dates. Then click submit.
Electric Rate:
(If you are not sure where to find your electric rate on your bill, click here)
Zone: * If you are not sure of your zone, click here
From Date: Month: Day: Year:
To Date: Month: Day: Year: Submit
*Data is available from February 1, 2010

MSC Lookup File

MSC rates can also be obtained using the MSC Lookup File of historical MSC rates (click the link to download) for the most common billing FROM and TO dates based on the company’s meter reading schedule. If the billing period FROM and TO date for a specific customer bill is not listed in the file, use the MSC Calculator to determine the MSC rate.

To obtain the MSC rate for a specific bill, first determine the row in the MSC Lookup File corresponding to the SC AND TYPE of customer and FROM and TO dates of the billing period. The SC AND TYPE of customer can be determined based on the rate which the customer is served, using the Rate Description Table below.

Next, find the MSC rate, in dollars per kwhr, in the appropriate column of the selected row based on the customers load zone (H, I, or J) and tension at which the customer takes service (Low Tension = LT, High Tension = HT). MSC rates are provided for ALL HOURS, ON PEAK, and OFF PEAK periods. Select the appropriate rate(s) based on the billing method of the customer.

The MSC Lookup File will be updated daily with MSC rates for the most recent combination of expected billing FROM and TO dates.

Rate Description Table:

RATE DESCRIPTIONSC AND TYPE
FROM MSC LOOKUP FILE
EL 1 - Residential and Religious - Rates I and II1
EL 2 - General Small Commercial - Rates I and II2
EL 5 - Electric Transactions System - Rates I and III005I
EL 5 - Electric Transactions System - Rates II and IV Rider M - Exempt005II
EL 6 - Public and Private Street Lighting6
EL 7 - Residential and Religious - Heating - Rates I and II7
EL 8 - Multiple Dwellings - Redistribution - Rates I, III, and IV008CNV
EL 8 - Multiple Dwellings - Redistribution - Rates II and V Rider M - Exempt008TOD
EL 9 - General - Large Commercial - Rates I, III, and IV009CNV
EL 9 - General - Large Commercial - Rate I Maximum Rate Provision009MAX
EL 9 - General - Large Commercial - Rates II and V Rider M - Exempt009TOD
EL 12 - Multiple Dwelling Space Heating - Rates I, III, and IV012CNV
EL 12 - Multiple Dwelling Space Heating - Rate I and Rate III Energy Only012ENG
EL 12 - Multiple Dwelling Space Heating - Rates II and V Rider M - Exempt012TOD
EL 13 - Bulk Power - High Tension - Housing Developments13


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