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Small Commercial#

E200* Series#

This rate applies to commercial accounts with average monthly demand less than 25 kilowatts (kW). This rate includes:

  • Electric energy - Total amount of electricity used in a month (measured in kilowatt-hours, kWh), plus a fixed charge for metering and billing

During the summer months (June, July, August, September), higher rates for energy (kWh) will be charged to cover the costs of purchasing power from Platte River Power Authority, the City's wholesale electricity provider.

E200-E240 Monthly Electric Rates
includes PILOT - payment in lieu of taxes 
Electric Energy
Fixed Charge, per account
E200, E201, E240: Single-phase, 200-amp service
E202: Single-phase, above 200-amp service
E203: Three-phase, 200-amp service 
E204: Three-phase, above 200-amp service
Energy and Demand Charges per kWh:
Summer (Jun-Sept)
11.65¢ / kWh
Non-Summer (Oct-May)
10.23¢ / kWh

Actual rates charged may vary slightly due to rounding.

E200-E204, E240 are the rate codes printed on the monthly bill. Rate codes may also begin with the letter A or B for service in annexed areas where additional Rural Electric Association (REA) service rights fees apply. Fees equal to 5% are added to A rates and 25% service rights fees are added to B rates.


Prices effective January 2022.

Check out our printable rates sheet for more information.

Service charges may apply.

Net Metering Information
Rates and credits for Small Commercial solar customers.

For detailed information, see the Fort Collins City Code Chapter 26, starting with section 26-462.

Fort Collins Utilities offers programs, incentives and tips to help businesses conserve.

Did You Know?

Using an ENERGY STAR® programmable thermostat or wifi thermostat can help you better control your home's comfort and utility costs.

Planting fast-growing vines is a quick way to block unwanted summer sun. You'll get results in months.

Watering every third day helps the grass develop deeper roots and use moisture deep in the ground.