About Your Rates
Tampa Electric residential customers' bills remain about 17 percent below the national average
Effective January 2018, Tampa Electric customers will see bills that reflect slightly higher fuel prices and other factors approved by the Florida Public Service Commission as part of an annual adjustment.
A residential customer's monthly bill will rise by $1.32 to $106 for 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh), about a 1 percent rise from the 2017 bill of $104.68 a month, beginning in January. Tampa Electric residential customers' bills would remain about 17 percent below the national average – which is $127.20 per month, according to June 2017 data from the Energy Information Administration.
Commercial and industrial customers would see bills rise by approximately 2 percent.
Fuel costs are passed through from fuel suppliers to our customers with no markup or profit to Tampa Electric.
Detailed information about your rates is available in our downloadable customer communications.