Nstar price increase

BGE Customers To Pay 12% More For Electricity

Households in Maryland will find themselves likely paying higher electricity rates as Baltimore Gas & Electric, the 200-year-old electricity and gas distribution network with 1.6M customers filed new residential rates for the three-month period starting October 1, 2021.

For Schedule R residential customers, this means a 12% increase, from the current rate of 6.166¢ per kWh to a new rate of 6.915 ¢ per kWh, starting June 1, 2021.

Baltimore G&E (BGE)

11.85¢ Price to Compare

Through May 31, 2024

Provider Plan Term Rate Savings  
6 months
9.99¢ / kWh

Save 16%

12 months
10.29¢ / kWh

Save 14%

Energy Harbor
10 months
10.58¢ / kWh

Save 11%

Energy Harbor
18 months
10.89¢ / kWh

Save 9%

Energy Harbor
20 months
11.09¢ / kWh

Save 7%

For Schedules G/GU Type I SOS customers, this means a 5% increase, from the current rate of 6.097 ¢ per kWh to a new rate of 6.398¢ per kWh, starting June 1, 2021.

The changes will come into effect in the billing period starting on October 1, 2021, and will be reflected in customer bills under the delivery charges.

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