Get RateWise For Your Home

Energy is priced per kilowatt-hour (kWh), and the monthly energy and delivery charges you are billed each month are based on the total amount of energy used, as recorded by your electric meter. Depending on when you consume energy, a couple of RateWise options exist for our residential customers.


RateWise Time-Of-Use rate is based on not only your energy usage, but also when you use it. If you currently consume most of your energy during our off-peak and super off-peak periods or are able to shift some of your usage to those periods, you could see savings on your monthly bill. All time-of-use periods are Central Standard Time (CST). Click here to download a RateWise time-of-use schedule.

RateWise Time-Of-Use Winter Month Calendar

RateWise Time-Of-Use Summer Month Calendar

Can I Compare My Current Energy Usage with RateWise Time-of-Use?

We’ve created a rate comparison tool for customers to view a side-by-side comparison using your current RateWise Anytime Rate and the RateWise Time-of-Use rate. To learn how to use the rate comparison tool, click here to find it using your computer, or click here to find it using the NPPD On The Go! mobile app.

How Can I Sign Up?

If you are interested in signing up for the RateWise Time-Of-Use program, log in to your online account and choose "Enroll in TOU" in topic dropdown menu. If you have any questions, Contact Us.

Are There Tips to Save On My Electric Bill?

Yes. We’ve got you covered with our EnergyWise incentive program, tips and tools!

Summer Months Rate Schedule


Weekend Time-Of-Use Rate Schedule

The on-peak periods reflect the highest price you will pay per kWh, while the off-peak and super off-peak periods represent less expensive kWh prices, respectively. The monthly energy and delivery prices you are billed each month will be based on the total amount of energy consumed during each timeframe as recorded by your electric meter.

Rates shown above represent cost per kilowatt hour only and does not include other applicable fees. See Rate Plans for details regarding additional fees.

Rate Plans

Sometimes, additional or unexpected costs occur as part of delivering electricity to you. These add-ons are called "riders," and they vary, based up on how you buy or use energy.

Pilot Program Demand Response Resource Rider
You are providing a Demand Response Resource with an output of at least 500 kW at a single location and enter into service agreement (pilot program limited to three customers).
Standby Service (ST-Rider)
You have a generator(s) designed to produce electrical energy.
Market-Based Rate Rider (MKT-Rider)
You have a minimum monthly demand of 20,000 kW and want to enter into a market-based rate service agreement with NPPD.
Simultaneous Buy / Sell Service (SI Rider)
You have generation of 25kW or more that does not qualify for net-metering or standby rate.
Interruptible Service Rider (INT Rider)
You have a business that operates 3 shifts/day, 7 days/week and 52 weeks/year and are willing to alter your operations to get a better rate.
Energy Curtailment Service Rider (EC Rider)
You are willing to voluntarily reduce your use of electricity at a minimum of 50 kW during an energy curtailment period.
Demand Waiver Rider
You are willing to voluntarily reduce your use of electricity by 100 kW or more during peak hours when requested to do so by NPPD.
Off-Peak Rider
You have agreed to have your demands adjusted during off-peak periods.

Several lighting rate schedules are available ranging from businesses and unincorporated communities in the form of alley lighting, parking lots, churches, etc. 

Learn about NPPD's other miscellaneous rate plans.

Several lighting rate schedules are available ranging from municipalities and unincorporated communities in the form of alley lighting, parking lots, schools and churches, etc. 

Learn about NPPD's other miscellaneous rate plans. These include high-tension services, commercial electric space heating plan, off-peak power service, pole attachment, and standby services.

Sometimes, additional or unexpected costs occur as part of delivering electricity to you. These add-ons are called "riders," and they vary, based up on how you buy or use energy.

Demand Waiver Rider
You are willing to voluntarily reduce your use of electricity by 100 kW or more during peak hours when requested to do so by NPPD.
Off-Peak Rider
You have agreed to have your demands adjusted during off-peak periods.

Several lighting rate schedules are available ranging from alley lighting, parking lots, schools, streetlighting, etc. 

Learn about NPPD's other miscellaneous rate plans. These include pole attachment and municipal pumping.


If you have questions about these rate plans, call 1-877-ASK-NPPD.