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This sample bill is illustrative of a residential customer's ComEd bill. The bill displayed is representative and does not show all possible items that could appear on your electric bill. The dates and values shown are for illustration only and differ from those shown on actual bills.
Prices shown are for example purposes only and do not reflect current cost per kWh.
The date the customer's bill was created.
A unique customer identification number.
Amount due to ComEd and when the payment is due.
Customer's service classification. For details visit www.comed.com. From the Customer Service tab, select Brochures and Forms, in the Rate section select the Residential Rate Brochure.
The difference between previous and present usage readings times any applicable multiplier (measured in kWhs).
A factor applied to usage readings for certain kinds of meters to accurately determine usage.
A state or local tax levied upon customers.
A charge to fund the energy efficiency portfolio incentives mandated by law.
A fee to recover costs related to the franchise agreement between ComEd and the customer's municipality.
A charge to recover the cost of the Illinois Electricity Distribution Tax
A charge for costs incurred by ComEd for delivering electricity to the customer.
A charge or credit related to the recovery of certain environmental cleanup costs.
An adjustment, mandated by law, recognizing the benefits of energy sources that do not produce carbon dioxide.
An adjustment, mandated by law, related to electricity generated by renewable energy sources (e.g., wind or solar).
A monthly charge to recover part of ComEd's cost for service connections and customer services.
A charge for the costs of the meter, meter reading and other metering services.
A charge for electricity provided during the billing period.
Actual – usage data from the meter reading provided by ComEd.
Customer – usage data from the meter reading provided by the customer.
Estimated – estimated usage data based on a customer's historical usage patterns.
Type of service rendered – all residential customers are general service.
Customer's unique meter identification number.
Marketing and account specific messages placed on the bill.