By an edhat reader
Can someone please help us figure out not only if it is better to switch back to SCE for both electricity generation and delivery, or to stay with the City’s clean energy delivery plan? We missed the opt out [didn’t even realize we had to] and feel that we are being overcharged as most of our usage is after work, etc.
We have tried to call both SCE and the city and are not having much luck at trying to figure this out. It appears that reverting back to SCE as a bundled customer, after the transition period, results in lower per KWH charges than staying on the clean energy plan, which appears to not only charge a higher per KWH rate, but also much higher rates during the “peak” times that we have no choice but to use most of our energy due to our work and other schedules.
Any help on this, figuring out the cheapest option, would be much appreciated. And we aren’t interested in a sales pitch for staying with the City’s “clean energy”. With inflation and high gas, we are simply trying to save money and stay within budget. Thanks so much community members!