GVEA offers five different rates to its members, depending on the classification of the service provided. The rates are divided into two categories: Residential and General Service (GS).
Eighty-five percent of the electric services on GVEA's system are single-family dwellings, classified under the Residential rate. The four General Service rates apply to small and large power users that do not qualify for the Residential rate.
Our rates are regulated by the Regulatory Commission of Alaska. View the GVEA Tariff.
To calculate how much your total bill should be based on your service classification and usage, visit the Bill Calculator.
To calculate how much it costs to plug in a vehicle (or two) and learn how much a timer can save you, visit the Vehicle Plug-in Calculator.
|Service Type||Customer Charge||Utility Charge||Fuel & Purchased Power Charge||Effective Rates*||Demand Charge|
($0.11631000 x 600kWh)
|Fuel and Purchased Power:|
($0.11071000 x 600kWh)
|Regulatory Cost Charge:|
($0.00089900 x 600kWh)