Delaware Electric Cooperative Electricity Rates



Delaware Electric Cooperative Energy Sources

Delaware Electric Cooperative's energy comes from biomass, and solar. Biomass is the largest source of electricity, providing 83% of Delaware Electric Cooperative's energy. Solar is the second largest source, making up 17%.





Delaware Electric Cooperative Rates

The average electricity rate for Delaware Electric Cooperative customers is 11.52 cents/kWh. Delaware Electric Cooperative has several different electricity rates for residential customers, as shown in the table below.

Rate NameRate TypeCost Per kWh
Residential ServiceFixed10¢ to 12¢
Residential Time-of-UseTOU8¢ to 47¢
Residential Space Heating Time-of-UseTOU8¢ to 50¢
Residential Space HeatingFixed9¢ to 12¢

Delaware Electric Cooperative Reliability

In 2021, the average Delaware Electric Cooperative customer lost electricity one time for a duration of 53 minutes. In total, the average Delaware Electric Cooperative customer had their electricity out for about 78 minutes during the whole year.


Credited to customer's next bill at retail rate, except for certain community-owned facilities. After 12-month cycle, customer may opt to roll over credit indefinitely or to receive payment for credit at the energy supply rate.

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