Fayetteville Public Utilities’ residential customers who use an average 1,285 kWh will see a $.34 decrease in their bill from $144.49 in April to $144.15 in May. This is due to a decrease in fuel cost adjustment effective May 1, 2022.
TVA’s seasonal rate structure consists of an Energy Charge which adjusts for summer, winter and transition months. In addition, the rate structure includes the pass-through cost of generating, purchasing and producing electricity, which is known as the TVA Total Monthly Fuel Cost. The fuel cost amount is listed separately on your monthly utility bill.
Summer rates (June, July, August and September) and winter rates (December, January, February, and March) are typically higher than transition rates (October, November, April, and May).
For comparison purposes, both May 2022 and April 2022 rates are listed below. Applicable taxes are not included with these rates.