So, while reading another recent thread, I realized I may be paying way too much for electric. Here are the stat's: Usage had been averaging 20,230 kWh / year, but more recently has trended down to 18,500 kWh / year, with good behavior. With another baby on the way at the end of this month, and wife transitioning back to working from home for a while, I anticipate usage will soon be back over 20,000 kWh / year. We do not have electric heat, and our primary water heater is on the oil boiler, so I guess we do not qualify for any electric heating discount rates. We do have two large central air conditioning systems for summer use, and will be adding two mini-splits with heat pumps for additions in the next year (maybe I should figure on 22,000 kWh for next year!). According to PECO, our "price to compare" is 8.61 cents/kWh, at 1600 kWh/mo. However, my last two bills both netted 16.5 cents/kWh. I assume we're talking the difference between generation + transmission and generation + transmission + distribution, but I guess I'm not as educated on this as I should be. Where to start?