What is the Power Cost Adjustment that appears on my bill?

The Power Cost Adjustment is directly related to the cost of fuel used to generate electricity. The Power Cost Adjustment is not additional income for Beaches Energy Services. This is a direct pass-through expense. A large percentage of the electricity we provide to our customers is produced by using clean-burning natural gas. Volatility in the price of natural gas can affect the Power Cost Adjustment.

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1. How do I apply for new utility service or transfer existing service to my name?
2. Does Beaches Energy Services require a utility deposit?
3. When will my utility deposit be returned?
4. What should I do to have my utility service disconnected?
5. How do I transfer my utility service from one location to another location?
6. How do I obtain information on conserving and lowering my monthly utility bill?
7. How can I protect my home against power surges?
8. What is the CARE Program and how do I contribute?
9. Where does Beaches Energy Services get their power?
10. How do Beaches Energy Services residential rates compare with other Electric Utilities?
11. What is the Power Cost Adjustment that appears on my bill?
12. Does Beaches Energy Services provide telecommunications for the hearing and speech impaired?